Post Surgical Massages
The most common types of massages suggested by surgeons after a surgical procedure are lymphatic drainage and cavitation, they can be done in combination or just one at a time. The massages help to reintroduce the patient to everyday life by preventing fluid retention and stimulating circulation, speeding up the recovery process. Patients generally feel a relief from pain immediately following their massages and find it easier to move and perform daily activities. These massages help to loosen fibrous tissue, helping with the appearance of scars.