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What is the lymphatic system?

The main role of the lymphatic system is to assist with drainage of excess fluid and to support the body’s immune system response - it’s the first line of defence in fighting off diseases and infections.

The lymphatic system is made of different elements that all work together - A network of tissues, lymph nodes and organs, such as the spleen. These different elements are connected to rid the body of cell debris, toxins, waste, and other unwanted materials.

How does your lymphatic system work?

Cryoskin & Lymphatic Drainage

Cryostatic Duel Lymphatic Drain is a great option for clients dealing with congested or sluggish lymphatic systems, swelling in the limbs, or those that are not seeing the desired results of their healthy lifestyle choices. Each treatment session provides dual lymphatic drainage for optimal results and comfort.

1) Electro Drainage uses electrode pads to cause rhythmic contractions in the main muscles of the legs (the calves), allowing a pump effect to be exerted on the underlying veno-lymphatic system, causing a release towards the main lymphatic stations.

2) Mechanical Lymphatic Drainage is aided by the alternation between heat and cold. When you alternate your body's exposure to heat and cold, your lymph vessels dilate and contract to "pump" fluid that may have stagnated in the system.


Electro-lymphatic drainage is more powerful in its effects than a hands-on manual lymphatic massage as it is able to work faster and at a more profound level.  Lymphatic drainage massage is gentle, which is beneficial in some cases, but it does not have the same effect on the muscles as electro-lymphatic drainage.

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