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Massages designed specifically to enhance the flow within lymph vessels have been shown to have numerous positive health benefits. These treatments can be very effective before and after surgery, to help in healing wounds or chronic conditions, or as part of a beauty regimen. At Lasky Aesthetics in Beverly Hills we provide lymphatic drainage massages on the head and face to help with these conditions.

How does the lymph system work?

Lymph vessels play a big role in transporting waste, water, proteins, and other debris within the body. They remove these materials from connective tissues and carry them to the bloodstream, performing filtering and other functions along the way. At the sites where these vessels pass through lymph nodes, additional functions related to immunity are taken. The lymph vessel system is essentially a waste management system inside your body, managing the debris produced in daily living, as well as injury or illness, filtering out potentially harmful contaminants.

When an injury is sustained or surgery is performed on connective tissue, the lymph system is forced to work overtime to efficiently remove all the inflammatory products and toxins and pull these substances away from the affected site. The entire system is thrown into overdrive, and vessels can become congested, slowing lymph vessel functioning when it is needed most, and in turn curtailing recovery.

Los Angeles Lymphatic Drainage Massage

Who can benefit?

Almost anyone can benefit from the therapeutic properties of our Los Angeles lymphatic drainage massage, but there are a few reasons why many health-conscious people seek this treatment:

  • Pre-Surgery. When performed at least two weeks prior to an operation, this massage can help prepare the body for surgery by flushing out toxins, stimulating the immune system, and ensuring that the lymphatic system is functioning as it should prior to surgery.
  • Post-Surgery. After an invasive procedure is performed, the body (and the lymph system in particular) can be overwhelmed. Trauma has occurred, and all the systems are fighting to send the surgical site what it needs to heal, while at the same time carrying away dead cells and other waste that must be filtered out. In times of stress, the lymph vessels can become overwhelmed and slow their functioning, extending the healing process. This treatment can help get the body back on track for a faster, healthier recovery.
  • After an Injury. The lymphatic system is critical to the healing process. Sprains, strains, whiplash, burns, open wounds, bruising, and swelling can be reduced -- and healing time shortened.
  • For Chronic Conditions. Lymphatic drainage massage has helped people find relief from a variety of chronic conditions, including fibromyalgia, digestive issues, migraines, allergies, arthritis, sinusitis, tinnitus, and countless others. It is also frequently used to reduce the pain associated with various health conditions.
  • For Cosmetic Reasons and General Well-Being. Even if you aren’t planning surgery or have not suffered a serious illness or injury, you can reap the benefits of heightened lymphatic activity. Lymphatic drainage massage has been shown to reduce the appearance of cellulite and to rejuvenate the skin by promoting new collagen growth. It can also help in the treatment of puffy eyes, and alleviate stress and fatigue.

While it is safe for the vast majority of patients, this type of massage should not be performed on anyone with malignant, untreated cancer, acute inflammation with infection, congestive heart failure, or thrombosis.

Lymphatic Drainage Massage: How It Helps

Also referred to as “manual lymph drainage,” a lymphatic drainage massage helps the overburdened lymph system by gently and repetitively pulling the skin in the direction of lymph flow. This accelerates the process of filtering and carrying away the various body waste products, stimulates increased immune system activity, and is deeply relaxing. By increasing blood flow to healthy tissues, the massage speeds healing and promotes regeneration. The body can heal itself, and lymphatic drainage massage is a technique that can help it work as it should.

Non-Surgical, Non-Invasive Cosmetic Treatments in Beverly Hills

At Lasky Aesthetics & Laser Center, we pride ourselves on staying at the leading edge of cosmetic and aesthetic treatments so people look and feel at their best, without the negative effects associated with surgery. We are pleased to offer one of the best lymphatic drainage massage Los Angeles has to offer, both as a stand-alone option and in conjunction with other treatments, to maximize cosmetic benefits and promote healing. As we focus on providing minimally-invasive, nonsurgical cosmetic interventions, our range of treatments is typically pain-free, fast, and effective.

The Lasky Aesthetics & Laser Center is a full service cosmetic facility specializing in nonsurgical treatment. To find out more about the Vbeam in Beverly Hills can help you out or to schedule a consultation, please give us a call today.

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New protocols for office visits View Update

New protocols for office visits

May 12th, 2020

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic we have instituted many changes to your normal office visit. These changes have been introduced to protect everyone’s health and safety during your visit. All of our staff have been tested for COVID-19 and are negative. They are being monitored daily as well and will be practicing safety guidelines.

  1. If you are sick, do not come to the office. Call our front desk and we will reschedule your appointment promptly once you’re healthy again.
  2. Please wear a mask to your appointment.
  3. Do not bring someone else with you to your appointment. They will not be able to enter the office and wait for you. The only exceptions are for those who require medical assistance or translation assistance. Additionally, please do not bring any pets to the office with you.
  4. The day before your appointment, as in the past, you will be called to confirm your appointment. During that call you will be asked if you have any symptoms like fever, chills, muscle aches, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, loss of smell or taste. You will also be asked if you have been recently exposed to COVID-19 or have been traveling on a commercial airplane within the last 2 weeks.
  5. When you arrive for your appointment, please call the office from your car. A staff member will either tell you to come up to the office at that time or will ask you to wait in your car until they text you to come up. Before entering the front door of the office, you will be met by a staff member who will take your temperature with a no-touch forehead thermometer to be sure you don’t have a fever. They will again ask you if you have any symptoms of COVID-19. You will be given a mask if you don’t have one, as well as hand sanitizer since you touched the doorknob to enter the office. We will stagger appointments so that on the day of your treatment, you will not interact with any other patients.
  6. You will be taken directly to an exam room which has been cleaned and disinfected just prior to your arrival. There are also air filtration machines installed in each exam room which sterilize the air.
  7. Our medical assistants, who will be wearing N95 masks and protective eye shields, will take your history and prepare you for your visit. You will be asked to sign a new COVID-19 consent form in addition to any of the usual consent forms you may be used to.
  8. After your treatment, you will check out while in the exam room and any products you purchase will be brought to you. If you give us your credit card information the day before your appointment, we can handle the checkout without physically touching your card.
  9. Please try to make your follow up appointments during your office visit. With new scheduling changes and staggered appointments, last minute appointments may be difficult to schedule.