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Have you considered becoming a Natural Health Practitioner in the New Year?? Or do you just want to add the amazing detox modality of assisted lymphatic therapy to your current practice or business?? If so, we have training coming up Dec. 3rd and 4th ONLINE - call Kathy today to get the details at 847.987.1554Read Full Post »
|Posted on October 27, 2020 at 2:32 PM||comments (8)|
Hi there, for all of you who are interested in learning how to help yourself and/or your clients with optimizing their lymphatic system, here is a great resource:https://www.drchristineschaffner.com/7-day-lymphatic-rehab-blueprint-sa/?inf_contact_key=715a328d2480213cb8b3e2c6da36d8c9680f8914173f9191b1c0223e68310bb1
This is an upcoming class being offered by Dr. Christine Shaffner
|Posted on August 28, 2020 at 3:28 PM||comments (392)|
Since we are offering ONLINE TRAINING to become certified in Assisted Lymphatic Therapy Sept. 24th and 25th, I thought I would add some of the many benefits of this amazing detox modality. If you would like more info. on our upcoming online 2 day class, please contact Kathy O'Reilley directly at (847) 987-1554.
The applications of Lymph Drainage Therapy are numerous:
Circulation of lymph, blood capillaries, veins, interstitial liquids and cerebrospinal and synovial fluids (in-directly) is activated. This action helps to reroute stagnant fluid in the skin (i.e., edema, primary and secondary lymphedema), mucosa, muscles, viscera, joints, cranial sutures, periosteum, chambers of the eyes and cochlea.
Toxins are removed, making lymphatic drainage especially effective in tissue regeneration.
Scars, stretch marks, wrinkles and fracture, or surgical-incision sites, are improved.
Macromolecules (proteins) are drained, which helps to eliminate protein-rich fluid from the extracellular tissues and aid the reabsorption of edema.
Fats are evacuated through lymphatic vessels. These vessels are in virtually every area of the body where fats may accumulate.
The functioning of the immune system is stimulated through increased lymph flow. The additional flow carries more antigens to the lymph nodes, thereby increasing antibody/antigen contact. This has been found to help with chronic or subacute inflammatory processes -- chronic fatigue syndrome, autoimmune disease, bronchitis, sinusitis, tonsillitis, laryngitis, arthritis, acne and eczema.
The functioning of the parasympathetic system is bolstered, and sympathetic tone is diminished with stimulation of the lymphatics -- the "fight or flight" response.
This can be very helpful in dealing with stress, depression and sleeping disorders.
Chronic pain is reduced as the drainage alleviates tissue-fluid stagnation and possibly inhibits nociceptors (pain receptors).
Voluntary and involuntary muscle spasms are reduced, proving helpful in cases of constipation and other muscle-related maladies.
Balances the neurotransmitters.
Balances the hormones.
Increases energy and restores refreshing sleep.
[Excerpts from above article taken from the article Assisted Lymphatic Therapy by Dr. Jennifer Gardner Gramith, ND, CLT March 9th, 2018]
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|Posted on August 26, 2019 at 2:32 PM||comments (0)|
I just wanted to include this video from the most recent AutismOne Conference in Chicago this past May. I am speaking on this video asking some specific questions from minute 48:00-49:28: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iMWM0ENuXa4
IT is very exciting research and has amazing implications for the future not only in the area of autism, but in the areas of mild cognitive impairment, brain fog from EBV or Lyme and possibly anxiety and/or depression.
|Posted on June 24, 2019 at 4:12 PM||comments (0)|
I am just back from a business trip in the San Diego area! While there I had the opportunity to meet with the developer of our Lymph Drainage XP2, Sky David of Sky David Lymphatics! It was wonderful to hear from Sky about the early days of lymphatic therapy and how things have progressed in the area of lymphatic therapy. If you are a licensed natural health care practitioner, such as a massage therapist, acupuncturist, chiropractor, OT or PT, and are considering adding an amazing detox modality to your current practice, please consider electro-lymphatic therapy.
To learn more about what health conditions may benefit from electro-lymphatic therapy, please go to: spectrumrecovery.net OR contact us directly at (847) 987-1554.
|Posted on May 3, 2019 at 2:14 PM||comments (0)|
As Springtime arrives, so too comes a lot of rain - at least here in the Midwest part of the U.S. If you've ever had standing water on your lawn for any period of time, you may have seen the mushrooms that pop up in those spots. We are all used to telling children to stay away from those - definitely not to eat them and not even to touch them. But why is that? To take a closer look at things, let's explore the spores that get released from these fungi or molds, otherwise known as mycotoxins. In recent research, it has been shown that exposure to mold or their by-product known as mycotoxins can result in exacerbation of asthma or allergy related symptoms: https://www.atsjournals.org/doi/full/10.1164/rccm.200909-1350OC
This may result from the necrosis of lymphatic cells, most notably in the respiratory tract or lungs. So keeping one's lymphatic system operating optimally thru the use of Assisted Lymphatic Therapy (ALT) using the LymphDrainage XP2 may be one's best defense against this mycotoxin exposure. For more info. on this, please feel free to contact me by phone (847)987-1554 or e-mail at [email protected] or leave a comment on our Home page at www.spectrumrecovery.net/Home
|Posted on April 11, 2019 at 3:13 PM||comments (0)|
In response to requests that I've been getting from some of you regarding wanting more content and possibly getting that content in an audio form (for some of you auditory learners) I just wanted to respond. While I will soon be adding audio content, it will be in the form of Facebook Live, rather than podcasts, linked to this blog. The reason that I am choosing to do Facebook Live versus podcasts, is simply because of the tech end and the behind-the-scenes amount of work involved. So if you're just looking to hear my content, then I will be leaving links here to my recorded Facebook Lives.
Wishing you good health always,