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Deborah Kellogg, PTA, LMT, CLT-LANA

  • Manual Lymphatic Drainage pre/post Surgery

  • Lymphedema/Oncology Patients

  • Lipedema

  • Chronic Venous Insufficiency


Manual Lymphatic Drainage after Cosmetic or Elective surgeries

Manual lymphatic drainage (lymphatic massage) can assist your body to decrease swelling.  With surgical trauma, your body can often be overwhelmed by swelling.   Manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) helps the body process and eliminate extra swelling.  MLD will decrease pain, scar tissue and hardening of tissues.  Your surgeon will advise you of the massage frequency you need to schedule. Schedule here.

Lymphedema /Oncology Patients after completion of Physical Therapy.

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Lymphedema management can be overwhelming, confusing and time consuming!  Ongoing care and support from Pink Ribbon Lymphatic Massage can add vitality, resilience and educational support as you settle into your new routine.  Or, maybe you have the daily activities down and you just want to relax and know that your lymphatic therapist has the highest level of certification possible and will provide you with gold standard care.  I am here to help you at whatever stage you are in on your lymphedema journey.

I will always encourage you to return to your physical or occupational therapist if your swelling warrants clinical treatment.  It's good to have an extra set of eyes to identify swelling before it becomes more advanced.  Clients typically schedule monthly or bimonthly appointments


Lipedema can be painful, adding Manual Lymphatic Drainage (lymphatic massage) to your routine can help to minimize the accumulation of fibrosis and aid in keeping your lymphatic system flowing vs having stagnant lymph build up and create more fibrosis. 

Learn more about Lipedema here 

Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI)

This is an inherited condition, and is progressive without treatment from a vein and vascular surgeon.  Even with surgical intervention, you may be faced with swollen and painful legs.  CVI can progress to lymphedema as the lymphatic system becomes overwhelmed by the chronic swelling and the increased workload placed on the lymphatic system.  Manual Lymphatic Drainage assists the lymphatic system in keeping up with this increased work load.