Find us on Facebook. Manual Lymph Drainage MLD - contraindications Despite the great variety of applications for Manual Lymph Drainage there are a number of conditions which are contraindicated for this therapy:. Manual Lymph Drainage is an invaluable therapy that Dr.
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Manual Lymph Drainage (MLD) - contraindications
Information for hospitalization. MLD is not suited for the treatment of acute inflammation caused by bacteria, viruses or foreign bodies.
Lymphedema management: Manual Lymph Drainage for upper extremities
Any thrombosis at risk of causing embolism is an absolute contraindication. Moreover, precautions are required if MLD is used in the following conditions: a Edema following carcinoma treatment b Thyroid dysfunction c Chronic inflammation d Bronchial asthma e Hypotension f Edema caused by cardiac decompensation should not be drained manually, as this may exacerbate such decompensation g Diabetes Manual Lymph Drainage is an invaluable therapy that Dr.