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Manual Lymphatic Drainage

What is the Lymphatic System? The Lymphatic System is a network of vessels, which begins in the interstitium. It sweeps and filters substances that the blood stream cannot reabsorb. It penetrates every body tissue.

The Lymphatic System consist of tissues that produce immune cells (nodes, spleen, thymus, tonsils, tissue of the appendix & red bone marrow. Lymph is clear, similar to blood plasma. 

Manual Lymphatic Drainage is to move fluid from the swollen area into a place where the lymphatic system is working normally.


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