The Lymphatic System

The Lymphatic System

is where much of the body's defense against disease and infection is located.


It is made up of lymph fluid, lymph nodes and lymph vessels.

Lymph fluid contains white blood cells that help to​ fight infection.


Lymph nodes work to block infection by filtering out toxins and germs.


Lymph vessels are the transit system that lymph fluid travels along.


When the lymphatic system functions well, it helps to keep your body healthy.


The lymphatic system is the dominant route of drainage of excess tissue fluid. When the lymphatic system is faulty or has been damaged, fluid may collect in the tissues and this build up can cause swelling or other effects that could be the early signs of lymphedema. 

Lymphedema Therapy



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What are the early signs of Lymphedema  ?


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Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD)


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Treatment for Lymphedema



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