Congratulations! You are planning or have just had plastic surgery to improve your appearance.
Isn’t it frustrating that before you can begin to enjoy your new face or body, you have to spend days or weeks feeling swollen and bruised?
I had two different types of surgery on my face – and I wish someone had told me about lymphatic massage after my operations. All I received was a prescription for pain pills and a few pages of aftercare instructions.
My surgeries were successful, but I was told the swelling and bruising was normal and that the best thing to do was to wait patiently for my body to heal itself.
What did you just say? You’ve heard that from your surgeon, too? We’re not alone. Doc is right, swelling is a normal part of recovery from trauma as well as plastic, reconstructive, oncologic and orthopedic surgery, but there ARE ways to reduce swelling and heal faster.
Board Certified Plastic Surgeons in San Diego, across southern California, and in Tijuana, Mexico refer their clients to me to reduce the heavy, tight feeling that post-operative swelling can bring. Even if you’re not my client, you can still benefit from this advice!
In the Plastic Surgery Recovery Handbook, I share my top tips picked up from my training as a Certified Lymphedema Therapist, conversations with fellow therapists, presentations at lymphedema conferences, books, research studies and helpful hints shared by my clients about what has worked best for them.
First, let me introduce my seven key components to healing from plastic surgery. Based on years of experience helping clients, I believe addressing each of these components boosts the chances of healing fully from surgery.
Components of Postsurgical Recovery Therapy
Follow Doctor’s Orders
Reduce Scars and Fibrosis
Support Wound Healing
Get Back on Your Feet
Feel Healthy Inside and Out
The Plastic Surgery Recovery Handbook explains in detail how to follow my recovery rules. If you are researching plastic surgery procedures like liposuction, brazilian butt lifts, facelifts, abdominoplasty, tummy tuck or mommy makeovers, this book is packed with information you will need to recover from surgery.
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