Comprehensive Lymphedema Treatment:
Home of The Lymph Clinic
Lymphedema does not have to be so uncomfortable if you receive the right care and the trained touch to keep it under control. Lymphedema is a condition that can be debilitating and cumbersome. To help your limb feel lighter and improve your mobility, we not only perform lymphatic drainage but work the tissues in such a way that breaks up the congested areas and softens the tissues. If you are not ready for wrapping, we help you reduce swelling with lymph drainage, massage and compression garments as well as self care techniques to use at home.
Lymphedema treatments are covered by most insurance companies. We are credentialed with Medicare, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Optum, Aetna, United, and Tricare. Please call our office to speak to our insurance specialist to determine coverage.
The Home of The Lymph Clinic is Body of Health, a therapeutic massage clinic specializing in chronic pain, oncology massage, post surgery recovery and lymph drainage therapies. With both clinics located in the same building, we are able to provide not only the quality of care but also the continuity of care necessary to treat this life long conditions. Your quality of life is our goal and we have created an environment to help you hurt less, heal quicker and have a better quality of life.
Lymphatic drainage is a very effective way of detoxing the body plus stimulating vital immune defenses. It is a specialized manual technique designed to activate and cleanse the human fluid system. Because the lymphatic system itself is responsible for optimum functioning of the water circulation and immune system, Lymphatic Drainage is a key to maximizing our ability to rejuvenate and to establish resistance to stress and disease. Today this technique is widely spread throughout Europe and is so highly recognized in the medical field that doctors now commonly prescribe these treatments. This work is facilitated by medical professionals including physical therapists, chiropractor, nurses and massage therapists who are specially trained in lymphatic drainage.
No matter what you call it, lymphedema wrapping is something most patients dread. Once you discover how good your arm can feel when it’s supported and experience the rapid improvement most of us enjoy using this method, you’ll be sold on the technique – even if not on the look.
Wrapping is sometimes referred to as “bandaging” and is the gold standard for lymphedema treatment.
Body of Health measures and provides a variety of lymphedema garments to help reduce swelling and improve skin care.