Post Operative Massage Therapy for Liposuction and Body Contouring
Body Contouring encompasses a variety of plastic surgery techniques including:
- Liposuction (Vaser, Smart Lipo, Cool Sculpting, and fat transfer)
- BBL (Brazilian Butt Lift)
- Buttock Lift
- Arm Lift(Brachioplasty)
- Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty)
- Thigh Lift or Body Lift
- Breast Augmentation
- Breast Lift
- Breast Reduction
- Breast Implant Removal
- Mommy Makeovers (breast lift, tummy tuck, and lipo)
- Cellulite Treatments
- Orthopedic Surgery (joint replacement or corrective surgery)
- C-Section (caesarean) and hysterectomy
Here at Soulstice we utilize a variety of manual post operative massage techniques to help patients recover faster, efficiently and effectively following their body contouring procedures.
Plastic surgery is most often a big investment of time and money! Therefore, people seek out our services for maximum results, accelerated healing and post-surgical support and nurturing.
The post-surgical experience is often a surprise to clients. They are not aware of the unusual sensations and prolonged healing.
We will often begin seeing our clients about 7 days post-surgery to help eliminate bruising, swelling and scarring. After 2 weeks – 2 months post-op, your Soulstice therapist will shift post operative massage techniques to help with maturing scars, lumping and bumping (induration), postural compensation and depression.
Clients will often walk into our office hunched over in a guarding and protective mode, and following their treatment leave standing up taller with permission and guidance to do so. We educate and give homework to our clients to empower them with information to take an active role in their recovery.
After surgery it is hard for people to interpret the neurological mixed messages coming from the surgical site(s). We help decipher the confusing messages helping clients heal in confidence and have greater understanding of their surgical recovery.
Our manual post operative therapy stimulates oxygen, nutrient and lymph flow to help with cellular healing using a variety of massage techniques to include lymphatic drainage, scar therapy and myofascial (or fascial) release.