TLB: Compromised Lymph Nodes

Can I use The Lymphatic Brush if I had lymph nodes removed?

Yes, you can still use The Lymphatic Brush if you had lymph nodes removed, but you will need to alter the pathway and direct fluids to other neighboring lymph nodes to help decrease the load on the affected area.

Stimulate the lymph nodes in the affected and neighboring areas Direct fluid away from the scar or incision. Following the lymphatic pathways, drain fluid away from the affected site towards the healthy areas.

For example, if you have had your axillary (underarm) lymph nodes removed, direct the fluids over the chest to the opposite arm, and below to the groin.


Use caution and alter treatment if you have:

Bronchitis: don’t use directly over sternum

Menstruation: can make period heavier

Nevus (Raised Mole): work around

Low Blood Pressure: be careful of over-use, do shorter sessions

Hyperactive Thyroid: do not work on thyroid directly

Do not use if you have:

Active cancer

Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)

Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)

Acute infection or inflammation



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