Lymphedema treatment clinics information and locations in Mexico

Lymphedema is a chronic disease in which the lymphatic fluids become thickened and clogged up, leading to swelling on the arms, legs, genitals, face, and neck. Physical therapy and chiropractic care are the primary treatment for lymphedema.
The lymphatic system is in charge of transporting lymph or lymphatic fluid throughout the body, balancing the fluids in the body, as well as draining out toxins, bacteria, and excess interstitial water and protein. When lymphedema develops, the fluids can't drain properly, resulting in swelling and tissue changes in the affected areas.

Types of lymphedema

Primary lymphedema
Primary lymphedema presents at birth or as a congenital condition in which parts of the lymphatic system are missing, or the lymphatic vessels are underdeveloped or highly developed. There are types of lymphedema that can be associated with syndromes like Turner syndrome and Noonan syndrome.
Secondary lymphedema
Secondary lymphedema is more common as is caused by another disease or injury like cancer, cellulitis, burns, severe crushing, filariasis, obesity, stroke, psoriasis, varicose veins, rheumatoid arthritis, or following a surgical procedure.

Early detection and treatment can help get a more successful outcome, improve the shape and skin of the affected area, as well as prevent its progression. Physical therapy and chiropractic care focus on unclogging lymph nodes and improving circulation throughout the lymphatic system. Your treatment can involve light lymph massage, chiropractic adjustments, electro-lymphatic drainage, and exercise.

Rehabilitation clinics focus on creating a personalized plan that allows international patients to have a therapy session at the clinic and continue their exercises at home. On your next visit to Mexico, whether for medical purposes, work, or vacations, make sure to schedule the therapy you need.
Get the lymphedema treatment you need with the best PTs and chiropractors in Mexico!
Benefits
Save up to 84.7%
Improves quality of life
Increases blood flow
Reduces inflammation
Can help ease post-surgery symptoms
Lymphedema
Session: 45 min.
Cleared to fly: 1 day
After surgery
Out-of-town patients’ do not require a follow-up. Patients are clear to fly on the same day of the lymphatic treatment.
Note: See with the rehabilitation clinic if you need additional home-care physical therapy or what follow-up you need to take with a primary care physician, or specialist in your home city.
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Lymphedema frequent questions

Get answers to our most frequently asked questions and what to expect after the rehabilitation.
Does the therapy session hurt?
The therapy is intended to increase the flow of lymph fluids and help the drainage of excess fluid. Some patients can feel sore after a massage.
How many sessions will I have?
It’s suggested to have a therapy session every three months. However, each case is different, so your physical therapist or chiropractor will discuss with you the number of sessions and their frequency.
What is a lymphatic drainage massage?
A lymphatic drainage massage helps improve the immune system and helps move the lymph fluid throughout the body. The physical therapist or chiropractor applies pressure directed to the lymph nodes to drain excess fluid from your body. After the drainage, you might experience a change on odor, color and frequency of urination.
If I’m traveling, can I schedule one therapy session?
Yes, Medical Tourism chiropractors and physical therapists understand your specific needs, so you can schedule a therapy session. In some cases, the specialist can recommend exercises or self-massage to continue back at home to prevent its progression.
Will I need to consult with other specialists about my condition?
If your chiropractor or physical therapist considers it necessary, you might need to consult another medical specialist.

Disclaimer: This information does not reflect the medical advice from our clinics. All cases are different and this treatment may not suit you. Always refer to a medical professional with the certification and experience. All of our physicians are fully qualified to perform these procedures. For more information and diagnosis contact one of our top specialized clinics.

In all medical procedures, there are chances of complications, the specialist will provide you detailed information about the risks of the procedure, talk to the specialist directly.