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What is Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD)?

Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) is a light touch massage that helps the natural drainage of lymph fluid and production of white blood cells. The lymphatic system is designed to filter waste and toxins that are too big to be picked up by the venous system. Once toxins are eliminated the body is able to use its energy more efficiently. Benefits of MLD include reduced swelling, boosted immunity, help fight infection, migraine/sinus relief, bloating, reduce water retention.

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Manual Lymphatic Drainage

Boost your immunity, decrease swelling, bloating and pain with
Manual Lymphatic Drainage.

Manual Lymphatic Drainage

About Our Therapists


Certified Lymphedema Therapist

Advanced MLD- Management of Post Plastic Surgery Procedures.


Certified Manual Lymphatic Drainage

Advanced MLD- Management of Post Plastic Surgery Procedures.

Our therapists Hannah and Rachael have undergone extensive training through the Academy of Lymphatic Studies (ACOLS). Both of our therapists are certified in manual lymphatic drainage and management of post surgery. Hannah is additionally certified to treat and manage lymphedema using manual lymphatic drainage and compression therapy. They are committed to helping you reach your health goals and welcome you to come heal with Petrissage.

Manual Lymphatic Drainage

Who can benefit from Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD):

  • Breast cancer survivors who have undergone reconstructive surgery, radiation therapy and/or  Chemotherapy

  • Post-op patients such as tummy tucks, skin removal, liposuction

  • Any recent post-surgery swelling

  • People who suffer with Lymphedema 

  • Frequent migraine sufferers

  • Frequent Sinus/ allergy sufferers

  • Digestive Issues (constipation, IBS)

  • Autoimmune diseases (Fibromyalgia, Rheumatoid arthritis, lupus)

  • General wellness- reduce water retention, remove metabolic waste, toxins and bacteria

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Option One

Manual Lymphatic Drainage for Post Surgery

This option is for the person who has recently had any surgeries such as liposuction, tummy tuck, breast augmentation, knee replacement, etc. After surgery, your lymphatic system can be left damaged for a short time leading to an increase in swelling. We will help alleviate swelling and scar tissue build up with an array of modalities such as lymphatic drainage and myofascial release.

Post- op Manual Lymphatic Drainage

30 Minutes           $80
45 Minutes           $100
60 Minutes           $130

Option Two

Manual Lymphatic Drainage for Wellness

This option is for the person who is dealing with autoimmune disorders, migraines, IBS, and injuries such muscle sprains or strains. Manual lymphatic drainage is a gentle, rhythmic touch that helps alleviate swelling and boost your detox organs such as the liver and kidneys. We will help you learn about your lymphatic system and how to better to care for it at home by showing you how to perform lymphatic drainage on yourself. A healthy lymphatic system starts at home.


30 Minutes           $80
45 Minutes           $100
60 Minutes           $130

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  • What is the lymphatic system?
    The lymphatic system is a superficial and deep system within the body that filters waste that is too big to be processed by the venous system, such as proteins, long chain fatty acids, cell fragments, and water. The lymph fluid also contains white blood cells that circulate throughout the body to help fight infections.
  • What is lymphatic drainage?
    Lymphatic drainage is light touch massage that manually reroutes lymphatic fluid.
  • Is lymphatic drainage painful?
    No, being a gentle touch clients typically do not feel discomfort.
  • How is lymphatic drainage different from traditional massage?
    Traditional massage is geared to relieve muscle tension by manually manipulating the muscles and tissues with pressure. Lymphatic drainage is a light and gentle touch geared to detoxify the body.
  • Why should I get lymphatic drainage after surgery?
    The initial lymph capillaries, which are very superficial, are damaged during surgery therefore compromising the lymphatic system. Think of lymphatic drainage as a jump start for the lymphatic system.
  • How often should I get lymphatic drainage after surgery?
    We recommend that you get lymphatic drainage 3-5x a week for the first two weeks following surgery.
  • How soon after surgery can I get lymphatic drainage?
    You can start as soon as 48 hours after surgery.
  • I’m not having surgery but can I still get lymphatic drainage?
    Yes! Lymphatic drainage is soothing, can induce deep states of relaxation, all while ridding your body of unneeded toxins.
  • How does lymphatic drainage help with migraines, sinusitis, facial swelling, and excess bloating?"
    By manually rerouting lymph fluid using drainage pathways to relieve pressure and excess fluid.
  • How does lymphatic drainage help with chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, and rheumatoid arthritis?"
    Manual lymphatic drainage helps detoxify muscle and body tissue helping them work to their full ability.
  • Will lymphatic drainage help with IBS flare up and inflammation in the gut?
    Yes! Circulating white blood cells and reducing swelling will help alleviate painful symptoms.


6531 Horizon Road Ste. C

Rockwall, TX 75032


MONDAY  9:00AM - 7:00PM
TUESDAY  9:00AM - 8:00PM
WEDNESDAY  9:00AM - 8:00PM
THURSDAY  9:00AM - 8:00PM
FRIDAY  9:00AM - 7:00PM
SATURDAY  9:00AM - 6:00PM
SUNDAY  10:00AM - 6:00PM

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