Addressing the growing interest in lymphatic therapy, this book describes various techniques used to treat symptoms simply, effectively, and economically. A series of case histories illustrates the range of situations in which specific techniques can be applied, highlighting the effectiveness of the techniques in each case. The relationship between degenerative disease and physiological malfunction within the body is addressed throughout the book.
- Practical approach uses case histories to explain how and when to use specific techniques.
- Well illustrated with high-quality line drawings to clarify the text.
- Straightforward style is easy to read and understand.
- Written by an experienced practitioner for the most accurate, authoritative perspective on lymphatic therapy.
Section 1. Eliminating a narrow approach to diagnosis
Bioenergy in Crisis: The Lymphatic Connection
Uncovering the Body's Hidden Language and the Discovery of the Immune System Response
How to Use the Immune System Response
Why are the Filters of the Body so Important?
Why Massage is Beneficial to Lymphatic Drainage
Section 2. The Practice of Lymphatic Drainage - Case Studies
Irritable Bowel Syndrome and an Unexpected Breast Abnormality
Degeneration of Cervical Spine
Metal Congestion Causing Mood Swings and Reactive Hypoglycaemia
Bad Skin and a Hormonal Imbalance
Let the Body Choose
Section 3. Appendices
List of Suppliers
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- © Churchill Livingstone 2002
- 18th November 2002
- Churchill Livingstone
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