Lymphatic Drainage and Surgery Recovery Massage
Are you recovering from cosmetic surgery or liposuction? Isn’t it frustrating that before you can enjoy your new face or body, you have get through a period of swelling, bruising, and discomfort?
We can help with specialized massage techniques like Lymphatic Drainage Massage Therapy that reduces swelling after surgery and lipo. Your post op recovery massage may also include Scar Tissue Release, Cupping, and Myofascial Release to support your healing through any tightness, soreness, or lumpiness.
Follow your surgeon's recommendations for when to begin post op lymphatic massage (we try to answer some common questions here). Because of high demand our schedule may fill out 4-6 weeks in advance. If you need to come in sooner and don't see any availability in the calendar below, you may email SageBodyworkSeattle@gmail.com to schedule overtime at a 20% surcharge.
Frequently Asked Questions
How many sessions should I book?
Your surgeon may recommend anywhere between 6-20 lymphatic massage treatments following liposuction or cosmetic surgery, either weekly or twice a week, depending on your health and procedure.
Do you have experience treating (my procedure)?
I have experience supporting the recovery from many types of plastic surgery procedures, including:
Liposuction and Vapo-Lipo
Tummy Tucks / Abdominoplasty
Gender Affirming Surgeries (e.g. Top Surgery)
BBL (Brazilian Butt Lifts)
Help, I need lymphatic massage ASAP and there's no availability!
Please email us at SageBodyworkSeattle@gmail.com to book outside our standard business hours at a 20% overtime fee.
How soon should I start lymphatic massage?
If possible, it's recommended to get one lymphatic massage 1-3 days before your procedure to prepare the body for surgery.
Does lymphatic massage hurt?
No. Effective lymphatic massage does not hurt, even if you're still tender and sore from surgery.