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Personalized Pain Management: Light, Lymph and Bodywork

The Healing Space has three approaches for pain management: light therapy, lymphatic therapy, and bodywork. Our practitioners are experienced in understanding then applying one, or up to all three, modalities depending on our client’s needs.

1. Light Therapy: Light therapy uses specific wavelengths of light to promote healing.

  • Certified Light Therapy practitioners using the Firefly Light Therapy™ .

  • Firefly Light Therapy™ is the latest in multi-spectrum LED light therapy for pain, neurological disorders, and pathogen issues.

  • Red and infrared light wavelengths penetrate the skin promoting cellular regeneration, circulation, and the release of nitric oxide, reducing pain and inflammation.

  • Blue light therapy is used to treat skin conditions such as acne, has anti-inflammatory properties to aid in wound healing.

2. Lymphatic Therapy: Lymphatic therapy stimulates lymphatic flow and enhances the removal of waste, toxins, and excess fluid from tissues, thereby reducing pain and inflammation and plays a crucial role in the body’s immune system.

  • ·Certified Lymphatic Enhancement Technology™ practitioners using the Lymphstar Pro®

  • Enhancing detoxification & health by improving lymphatic circulation. Proven to augment massage techniques for lymph drainage.

  • Lymphatic therapy is used for managing conditions such as lymphedema, post-surgical swelling, and chronic pain associated with inflammation.

3. Bodywork Techniques: Bodywork techniques encompass hands-on therapies that target soft tissues, muscles, and fascia to alleviate pain, improve mobility, and promote relaxation.

  • Therapeutic Massage reduces muscle tension to help manage chronic pain, stress-related and sports injuries.

  • Block Therapy: Block therapy is a bodywork technique that utilizes wooden or foam blocks to apply pressure and release tension. By lying on the blocks and using deep diaphragmatic breathing, block therapy aims to improve posture, release fascial restrictions, and restore balance to the body.

It's important to note that while these three tools—light therapy, lymphatic therapy, and bodywork techniques—have shown promise in pain management, individual responses may vary. It is advisable to consult with a healthcare professional or a qualified therapist who can assess your specific needs and recommend the most suitable approach for your condition.

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