Silent Waves, Theory and Practice of Lymph Drainage Therapy: With Applications for Lymphedema, Chronic Pain, and Inflammation by Bruno ChiklyIn Silent Waves, Dr. Bruno Chikly offers the first comprehensive examinations of lymphatic drainage and lymph pathologies (including lymphedema) in North America. 462 pages, 50 pages of scientific references, more than 300 illustrations. Part 1: The Lymphatic System and the Lymphoid Organs Part 2 Lymphatic Drainage Therapy (LDT) & its Applications - Manual Lymphatic Mapping (MLM) Part 3 Edema - Lymphedema Part 4 Management of Lymphedema Part 5 Current applications of LDT and other possibilities to be investigated Part 6 General Overview - The Water Element, the Cell And Body Tissues Resource List Glossary Index
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Manual Lymph Drainage Techniques MLDT can directly affect the lymphatic system and interstitial fluid and more indirectly all body fluids including the venous and arterial blood circulation, as well as the cerebrospinal fluid. LDT can also affect the immune system, the autonomic nervous system and through techniques like lympho-fascia release all the musculoskeletal system, the body framework. Many benefits can results from these abundant applications. There is a nearly endless list of indications that still need to be explored and scientifically documented. Activation of circulation of lymph, blood capillaries and veins, interstitial liquids, cerebrospinal and synovial fluid, etc.. A- TOXINS : As part of treatment to promote tissue regeneration, for example where there are scars, Neck-Back-Chainstretch marks, or wrinkles; or where the patient has had a fracture or surgery; some therapists use it for anti-aging applications. B- FAT : most every time fat content is present in the body lymphatic vessels are present to help evacuate them.
Dr Bruno Chikly, MD, DO, LMT
Mehmet Oz, M. It was created out of his award-winning research on the lymphatic system consistent with recent scientific discoveries. LDT1 takes traditional lymph drainage techniques and adds a level of precision. LDT is the first technique that enables practitioners to detect and palpate the specific rhythm, direction, depth and quality of the lymph flow anywhere in the body. Skilled practitioners with developed listening skills can practice Manual Lymphatic Mapping MLM of the lymphatic vessels.
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