Justine is our MLDuk registered Senior Physiotherapist.
Here she offers 5 top tips for optimising your lymphatic health and healing:
Slow and let go on your exhale. This uses your diaphragm well, massages your internal organs and reduces tension in your upper body which can affect fluid return.
So simple but we all need the occasional reminder to eep the lymphatic circulation flowing.
Your nervous system works best when it's confident, with a spring in your step and don't fear getting active again.A tailored program can be made to suit your rehab needs. Just ask our reception team for an appointment with Justine.
Clothes shouldn't leave a dent across the body when you take them off. Scars should not restrict your movement. If you notice a problem, nip it in the bud with some professional advice from Blue Sky Physio.
Whether it be taping, bandages wraps or garments, getting the compression comfortable and getting moving in it is a well proven way of getting swelling down.
In this blog our Sports Rehabilitator Alex Ryan delves into the physiology of recovery, exploring how exercise influences the healing process and contributes to the restoration of optimal function.
The shoulder is a remarkable joint, offering an incredible range of motion. Nikos takes a look into the road recovering from a Rotator Cuff Injury
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