Electro-Lymphatic Therapy

What is Electro-Lymphatic Therapy (ELT)? Electro-Lymphatic Therapy is a gentle, light touch non-invasive technique to stimulate the proper flow and drainage of the lymphatic system. A combination of vibrational, light, and electrical waves help to stimulate the flow by causing the dissociation of proteins that have become trapped in the interstitium. When trapped proteins (not to be confused with nutrient proteins) release their bond, the stagnate lymph is liberated and will flow out into its normal filtration and reabsorption channels. Electro-Lymphatic Therapy is a gentle, light touch non-invasive technique. We have witnessed the benefit of this therapy on clients with minor to major health challenges. When implementing this type of therapy, one can expect better absorption of nutriceuticals and medications which will decrease the dosages needed. This type of lymphatic therapy is much more effective than manual therapy.

The lymphatic flow can stagnate for many reasons, such as swelling, chronic inflammation, lack of physical activity, stress, fatigue, emotional shock, age, and poorly fitted under garments worn for an excessive amount of time. When lymphatic circulation slows down, the regeneration of cells becomes less effective. This condition allows toxins and proteins to accumulate around the cells, causing cellular oxygenation to decrease and tissue regeneration to diminish. Since lymphatic organs plays an important role in the immune system, the proper flow of the lymphatic fluid can positively impact many conditions faced by our clients. We have provided ELT to those struggling with a multitude of conditions including:

- General Inflammation - Lymphedema - Edema and Water Retention - Cancer - Heart Disease - Post Cosmetic Surgery - healing time - Cosmetic enhancement by fluid deposit reductions - Lymes - Pre and Post Athletic Application - decrease muscle/tendon strain and healing time - Enlarged Prostate - General detox and cleansing

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