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How to get rid of swelling and fibrosis after surgery
How to get rid of swelling and fibrosis after surgery
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Online Course- Post-Op Massage & Finding A Therapist

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Please Note: This is not a certification course and does not provide continuing education credits. 

Your massages SHOULD NOT be painful, fibrosis doesn't have to become permanent scar tissue and swelling doesn't have to last months post-op.
If you're preparing for surgery with any surgeon, especially at Sonobello or Elite Body Sculpture, you already know they don't tell you much pre-op, but they tell you even less post-op. Sometimes the things like massaging yourself at home, that they advise after surgery end up causing more swelling, fibrosis and make your recovery take months, when it should take weeks.
Learn what common things to avoid, like using rollers on yourself at home, that you may be doing that cause your swelling to increase, become hard fibrosis, how to get rid of swelling and fibrosis and what exactly is supposed to be happening during your Lymphatic Drainage Post-Op Massage!
If you're having trouble with swelling that won't go away, hard, lumps, bumps, stiffness, your massages are painful and you need help finding a certified Lymphatic Drainage Therapist in your area, you need to take this course!

Watch the video below to learn how our course can help you prepare for surgery recovery.

The only way to prepare for your plastic surgery is educating yourself and planning your post-op care.

Learning about lymphatic massages, garments, avoiding complications like fibrosis, and how to use your post-op supplies, is the ONLY way to ensure you get the results you paid for.
Our online course, Post-Op Lymphatic Massage and Finding A Therapist, is designed to help you navigate the post-op process by making empowered, educated decisions that support the body, not work against it like most of the things you see on social media.

About Our Course:

After investing a bunch of time, energy, and money into getting surgery, whether it’s Liposuction, a BBL (Brazilian butt lift), a Tummy Tuck, a Mommy Makeover, a Face Lift, or another surgery, the last thing you want to do is mess up your results during the recovery process or cause complications.

Excessive painful swelling, lumps, bumps, and fibrosis are all signs that your body is not healing properly and needs your help!

In this course, we go over how to navigate the phases of post-op healing, common things you’re doing after surgery that cause fibrosis and swelling that won't go away, slowing down your healing, what is manual lymphatic drainage, why you need it after surgery, how to know if the massages you're getting are real Manual Lymphatic Drainage, and how to take your healing into your own hands to get the results you paid for.

    You know you need Lymphatic Massage after surgery, but what exactly is manual lymphatic drainage massage?
    Maybe you've found someone who says they do "Lymphatic Massage" but when you get in the room, they use oil, machines, and tools, or rub you, and push fluid out of your incisions which causes pain. Or maybe it feels like a regular massage and you're not really sure if the massage is ACTUAL Manual Lymphatic Drainage.
    Your Manual Lymphatic Drainage Massages (MLD) SHOULD NEVER BE PAINFUL!!!
    Maybe your surgeon gave you a list of different massage therapists, and they all do the massage differently. Maybe no one can explain to you why they're doing what they're doing to you and your swelling and fibrosis isn't going away.
    Maybe you know that you need Manual Lymphatic Drainage and you're having trouble finding someone in your area or don't know how to tell if they're certified properly. Maybe you've found a bunch of certified Manual Lymphatic Drainage Therapists but they don’t have experience with plastic surgery.

    But how do we know if the massages were getting are ACTUAL Vodder style Manual Lymphatic Drainage?
    The only why to know if you're getting the real Manual Lymphatic Drainage massage that you need post-op is by learning:
    • What the “lymphatic” part of Lymphatic Drainage Massage means.
    • How the technique is supposed to be done.
    • Why it works for swelling.
    • How the sequence is supposed to go in order to work for swelling reduction.
    • What your therapist should know about the lymphatic system to verify they are properly trained and experienced in MLD.
    • What credentials or certifications your therapist should have.
    • What those credentials mean/ the level of knowledge your therapist should have.
    More importantly, you need to be able to guide your therapist and advocate for yourself.
    Having basic knowledge about how swelling after surgery works, how the MLD massage sequence should go, what it should feel like, and how it works, is key to making sure you're getting the right kind of massage. The massage should get rid of swelling after surgery and will not cause complications like fibrosis.
    You'll also be able to tell if your therapist is properly trained by having the same knowledge they should have about how MLD works to reduce swelling.

    In order to fully heal after surgery, you need to understand the phases of wound healing, what to expect from your swelling, how to prevent further swelling/ re swelling, why swelling helps us heal and how to get rid of swelling before it stagnates and causes complications.

    Fibrosis is a complication that can be avoided and reversed after surgery. You’ll learn what causes lymphostatic fibrosis, how to prevent it, what makes it worse and how to turn it back to swelling so you can urinate it out during your MLD sessions.

    We teach you about the basic supplies you need like Arnica, Lipo Foams, and the difference between the generic, everyday use version of these supplies vs. the kind you need for surgery recovery.

    Understanding you how your body is supposed to recover after surgery, the role swelling plays, how to get rid of swelling after surgery, what causes fibrosis, how to find a certified manual lymphatic drainage therapist, what supplies you actually need, signs your body isn’t healing properly, and the steps you need to take during surgery recovery, is the only way to get the results you paid for.

    How to access your course after purchase:
    Once you check out and pay for your course, you will receive 2 emails to create an account and start your course. Both emails will be from Amare Healing Arts.

    The first email will be titled "Redeem your copy of Post-Op Lymphatic Massage & Finding A Therapist", asking you to confirm your email.  This is where you will create your account using the email you placed your order with and create a password for your account.

    The second email will be titled "You are now enrolled in Post-Op Lymphatic Massage & Finding A Therapist". This is where you can access your course using your login credentials: the email and password you have just created.

    You can also access your course by logging in with your credentials at : and click on the "my course".

    If you do not receive an email within 24 hours after your purchase, please email our team at