The conservative therapy method for improving lymphatic flow is otherwise known as Manual Lymph Drainage (MLD). This therapy always begins in the collarbone region, continues with central decongestion on the main trunk of the body and ends at the extremities. The procedure has been successful if the new flow is impeded. This requires that compression garments are worn on both arms and legs. The flat knitted compression garments must be individually adjusted and it is imperative that these are worn to treat all lymphologic diseases.

 

  • Conservative therapy (KPE) must be carried out by highly qualified physiotherapists in the form of manual  lymphatic drainage. Flat knitted compression wear is supplied by qualified orthopedist fitters in medical supply stores.