TESTIMONIAL – Swelling Due to Lymph Node Removal in Left Arm
“After being diagnosed with breast cancer, and on my doctor’s recommendation, I chose to have a bilateral mastectomy. As a result of my surgeon having to remove all the lymph nodes from under my left arm, my arm began to swell up double the size of my right arm. The only relief I could get from the pressure of the swelling was to wear a compression sleeve, designed to keep excess lymph fluid from being trapped in that arm. I wore this sleeve for more than eight years. Wearing the sleeve only took the swelling down a little, and was forever an announcement to everyone that I had had breast cancer.
I’m happy to report that the use of Electro-Sound Lymphatic Drainage Therapy, not only took down the swelling, but after about ten sessions (using a technique called rerouting), it stayed down.”
Cindy, from Kendall, Fl