Post Surgery 

Recovery

$180      |      90 Min.

50% Off      x     9 Sessions             $810

Reg. Price: $1620

Payment Plan

2 Payments

1st. Session Pay 60%         --->   $486

5th. Session Pay 40%      --->    $324

After any plastic surgery procedure, especially hi-definition liposuction, patients experience severe swelling and bruising that can last for weeks to months and the flow of lymph can be interrupted by the surgery, which can result in reduced healing, fibrosis (scar tissue, dimpled, uneven skin and the possibility of developing seromas (pockets of serous fluid). Plastic surgeons frequently recommend Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) and Ultrasound (Us) 3Mhz. after liposuction, or after abdominoplasty with liposuction (a ‘tummy-tuck’). If you have multiple procedures simultaneously (liposuction, breast work and tummy tuck), MLD and Us will be even more necessary to address swelling and tissue hardness. 

***    IMPORTANT    ***

Depending on your surgeon's recommendation, typically a minimum of 10 to 15 post-surgery sessions for liposuction and 6-10 for other types of surgery are recommended.  Ask your surgeon how many sessions you will require as each person's needs will be different.

*** Ask your surgeon when you can safely begin your sessions as every case is different.

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US 3 Mhz

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DLM

Ultrasound 3Mhz and Manual Lymphatic Drainage accelerates recovery and decreases the chance for irregularities, lumps or bumps, and scar tissue formation, which can all affect the final cosmetic outcome. It also helps the skin to tighten and conform to the new body shape and sculpted musculature during the liposculpture procedure.

  • It speeds up the healing process by: reducing swelling and bruising, increasing the removal of cellular debris and other waste from the area (including free fats), reducing local inflammation, and decreasing the risk of infection by improving the immune response (the lymphatic system plays an active role in immune surveillance, immune cell transport, and clearance).

  • It decreases scarring and the build-up of fibrotic nodules (hard lumps), and consequently improve skin texture and tone.

  • It decrease pain, sensitivity and touch-avoidance by speeding healing and providing gentle and pleasing massage.

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