Lymphatic Drainage Massage Therapy Is Now Available At Thai Healing Center

January 21, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Phuket-based The LifeCo Clinic promotes lymphatic drainage massage therapy (LDMT) to qualified cancer patients under its care. The alternative cancer care center uses a holistic approach to treatment, operationalized through a three-step program.

Phuket, Thailand (January 20, 2020) – Patients at a Phuket-based alternative cancer care center can now experience the benefits of lymphatic drainage therapy massage (LDMT) as part of a holistic cancer treatment program.

The LifeCo Clinic now offers LDMT as part of its adjunct therapies. These are therapies that promote detoxification. According to Dr. Thomas Lodi, chief consultant and integrative oncology expert, “deep cleansing” is essential to truly begin the healing process.

“Our integrative oncology approach is anchored on the strategic use of different healing modalities,” he explained. “These are disciplines that have withstood the test of time and are often referred to as ‘traditional.’ We take what’s most effective and efficient for each individual patient to create an individualized program with amazing results.”

LDMT - Lymphatic Drainage Massage Therapy is a type of gentle massage that can stimulate the movement of lymph fluids around the body. This can be crucial to long-term health because the lymphatic system is like a ‘sewerage system’ that removes fluids leaking out of blood vessels. This, in turn, can help keep tissue fluid levels balanced.

This type of massage therapy can be used to manage lymphedema, which is what happens when fluid builds up in the lymphatic system. LDMT can help promote clearing and reabsorption. For people recovering from surgery or injury or for cancer patients, it can help strengthen the immune system. It can also help minimize swelling by removing waste products and allowing cells to heal faster.

Dr. Lodi added, “A patient’s treatment journey with us is a three-step process. First, we stop making cancer. Next, we target cancer cells without harming the healthy ones. And finally, we reawaken the patient’s immune system, so the body is no longer a fit host for disease.”

The LifeCo Clinic’s adjunct therapies, like LDMT, colon hydrotherapy, wheatgrass and probiotic enema and exercise with oxygen therapy, can help with detoxification. This can help change the body’s biochemistry and prevent constant reabsorption of disease-causing toxins. The healing center also promotes mindfulness and meditation techniques that can support a patient’s mental and emotional health.

Botanically based metabolic treatments can help eliminate the cancer cells without affecting other cells. An immunotherapy program completes the patient’s treatment journey. This can boost the immune system and restore the body’s natural state of health.

To learn more about lymphatic drainage massage therapy and its benefits, visit The LifeCo Clinic’s website to schedule a free Skype consultation. Check out their YouTube channel for more information.

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For more information about The LifeCo Clinic, contact the company here:

The LifeCo Clinic
+66 980159196
phuket@thelifeco.com
75 M.3 Tambon Sa Khu, Thalang District
Phuket 83110, THAILAND
https://thelifeco-clinic.business.site/

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