Manual Lymphatic Drainage with Daniel P. Stokes
- After the patient’s surgery, Manual Lymph Drainage gently and quickly eases discomfort, reduces swelling and improves a patient’s range of motion.
- Pain with restricted range of motion often experienced by post surgical mastectomy patients can be greatly restored through muscular reeducation and Manual Lymph Drainage therapy.
Daniel is certified in combined decongestive therapy and manual lymphatic drainage – treatments that expedite the surgical healing process.
Specializing in treatment for:
- Expedited healing for pre and post surgical procedures
- Improved range of motion compromised due to radiation
- Back and neck pain
- Anxiety and stress
Lymphatic Drainage Massage After Surgery
“After your surgical procedure, you may experience discomfort, swelling or restricted movement,” says Dan. “This is a result of the surgical disruption of lymphatic pathways in your body. Your lymphatic system normally removes fluids produced within your body, but this process needs to be re-established after surgery.”
Dan further explains, “The gentle, rhythmic treatment provided by combined decongestive therapy and manual lymphatic drainage ‘reconnect’ the lymphatic pathways which is critical to expediting the healing process.”
“Most patients describe the treatment as soothing and relaxing, and report decreased swelling, reduced pain, and increased range of motion immediately after treatment,” he says.
Dan communicates closely with board-certified plastic surgeon Louis P. Bucky, MD regarding patients who will benefit from this treatment and creates a personalized approach for each person. He has scheduled hours in both the Ardmore and Philadelphia offices.
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