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Manual Lymphatic Drainage

(MLD) in

North Vancouver

Manual Lymphatic drainage is a therapeutic form of soft-tissue mobilization that can enhance lymph formation and promote drainage within the superficial and deep systems of the lymphatic network.

Your lymphatic system, part of your immune system, has many functions. They include protecting your body from illness-causing invaders such as bacteria and viruses, maintaining body fluid levels, absorbing digestive tract fats and removing cellular waste (such as cancer tumors and foreign debris). Using light and long strokes, an MLD treatment helps restore movement in the lymphatic system. Regular treatments can be very beneficial for long-term health, and the treatment itself is very calming and relaxing.

Vodder Method of MLD

Manual Lymphatic Drainage was pioneered by Drs. Emil Vodder and Estrid Vodder in the 1930s,  who began to study the poorly understood  lymphatic system.    Developing light, rhythmic hand movements to promote lymph movement, they began to teach other practitioners to use this therapy which has grown to be the most well known manual technique to assist lymph flow and aid in drainage of tissues. The Vodder Method of MLD is a holistic method that has been used around the globe extensively with established results that can treat a variety of conditions including:

  • pre-surgical preparation
  • post surgical edema
  • strains/sprains
  • chronic pain
  • fibromyalgia
  • stress
  • migraines
  • allergies
  • sinisitis
  • burns/scars
  • cosmetic surgery
  • sports injuries
  • detoxification
  • chronic fatigue

Contact Chris to discuss how MLD can help you with your specific health concerns - 604 928 7688   [email protected]


"I have to tell you - you healed my arm.  I can wash my hair with that arm again and it doesn't hurt to pick up my cat.  Thank you"

L.J.   North Vancouver