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Post-operative service, also known as post-op care, is the care that patients receive after surgery. It is essential for a full and successful recovery. Post-op care can be provided in a variety of settings, including hospitals, rehabilitation centers, and patients' homes.

The specific goals of post-op care vary depending on the type of surgery that was performed. However, some common goals include:

  • Managing pain and discomfort

  • Preventing infection

  • Promoting wound healing

  • Helping patients regain their strength and mobility

  • Teaching patients how to care for themselves at home

Lymphatic Drainage Massage

LDM is a specialized massage technique recommended post surgery to accelerate the recovery period. During a surgical procedure ,the lymphatic fluids build up and can pool in swelling LMD reduces swelling. Key Benefits: - Non-Invasive & Painless - Shrinks Pores - Improves Skin Elasticity *For optimal results, 5-10 sessions are recommended, approximately 1 month apart


Service Drain Removal

Drains are generally removed when the output has reached a low and consistent level. A ballpark is 30mL of drainage or less over a few consecutive 24 hour periods. Generally the first drain is removed one week post-operatively and the second drain shortly thereafter when appropriate levels have been reached. IS THE REMOVAL PAINFUL? Patients may experience a pulling or pressure sensation, however there is generally no pain experienced during drain removal. Drain removal takes only a few seconds. The stitch securing the drain in place is first removed followed by gentle removal of the drainage tube. Following removal a gauze pad should be placed over the site for a day or so until the small opening closes over. PURPOSE The purpose of the drain is to reduce fluid accumulation at the surgical site. They may reduce the incidence of seromas (fluid collections) and resultant complications following cosmetic procedures. Drains also indicate the amount of bleeding that is occurring during early healing.



Taping applies constant, firm pressure against the surgical site. It is used to help retract the skin to the muscle and shrink the stomach after cavitation lipo body contouring, and any liposuction or tummy tuck surgeries. A great add-on to any of your post op services or body contouring treatments for better results. This will help reduce bruising and swelling, and allow your body to heal much faster. In addition, taping reduces the potential of the formation of blood clots, which could become life threatening.


-reduces swelling and inflammation

-promotes blood circulation and lymphatic drainage

-helps with diminishing bruises

-improves and lessens appearance of scar tissue ▪️ aids in overall post operative healing

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