In principle, lymph drainage is beneficial from a therapeutic and medical perspective. However, if there are diseases such as as

  • acute pulmonary edema,
  • acute venous diseases,
  • acute thrombophlebitis,
  • acute neuro- or plexopathy, (diseases of the peripheral nervous system)
  • acute soft tissue trauma
  • or feverish illnesses,

it is not recommended to do a lymph drainage treatment.

This also applies to the following clinical pictures, for which you should refrain from booking a lymph drainage:

  • Stroke
  • Liver diseases
  • Malignant hypertension
  • Epilepsy
  • Erysipelas
  • Infectious Diseases
  • vague abdominal discomfort
  • cardiovascular non-compensatory diseases
  • Swelling due to heart and kidney disease
  • Joint prostheses or osteosynthesis in the treated area
  • kidney and thyroid dysfunction
  • malignant diseases