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๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ญ Manual Lymphatic Drainage

Manual Lymphatic Drainage accelerates the cicatrization process and at the same time removes the fluid that causes the edema and any pathogenic agents or in any case foreign bodies

The school

Lymphatic drainage is mainly performed according to the dictates of two schools. Both lymphatic drainage schools are based on the same principles: the main difference between the two lies in the type of movement used. Emil Vodder was the first to study its characteristics, but Albert Leduc, professor of motor rehabilitation at the University of Brussels and founder of the European Group of Lymphology, has the merit of having perfected his technique and studied the effect on an experimental basis. with formal limits and on limited samples

Emil Vodder

The lymphatic drainage of Vodder is a sequence that has as a defining characteristic the