Protocol of Post-Operative treatment
The postoperative treatment after a breast lift (Mastopexy) or a reduction of breast (breast reduction) is essential for a correct development of surgery, as well as for the patient to have a recovery as pleasant and early as possible.
Both procedures are very similar. The techniques are virtually the same, what distinguishes them are greater proportions and elevations to be carried out on the basis of the clinical case.
The ACCELERATED POSTOPERATIVE RECOVERY provides us with those two maxims, on the one hand we focus on the breast edema underlying after any surgical intervention and on the other hand, we use techniques that make the complete protocol treatment, we will achieve a very comfortable post-operative.
The main goal will be therefore the reabsorption and evacuation of postsurgical breast edema, which accumulates around the breasts and causes a “hurt” tension. At this stage, we will use mainly and in a very early way (the day after the intervention of breast augmentation, at the hospital) and the MLD (MANUAL LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE), which consists of a “fine movements” in very specific places of the anatomy of the breast and axillary, and which must be always carried out by physiotherapists trained in this complex technique.