Lymphatic Drainage for Fibrocystic Breast Disease


lymph_massageAppropriate use of lymphatic drainage and manual massage therapy has been very beneficial to many of our patients.

A properly working lymphatic system is essential in the treatment of breast conditions. Gentle manual stimulation is very effective.

Finding a lump in the breast could be a terrifying experience for some women; one should always consult with her healthcare practitioner and have the lump examined.

Fibrocystic breast disease is a condition that definitely could be managed given the proper approach. Patience and perseverance are key. Although there are many treatment options available, become proactive now.


By Dr. Alexander Mostovoy| May 19, 2008
Categories:  Blog

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Dr. Alexander Mostovoy

Dr. Alexander Mostovoy

Dr. Alexander Mostovoy, HD, DHMS, BCCT is a Homeopathic Doctor and a Board Certified Clinical Thermographer specializing in women’s health issues. He is widely regarded as a leading authority on homeopathic medicine and clinical thermography. His expertise lies in a natural approach to menopause, disease and breast cancer prevention. He is the clinic director of the North York Medical Thermography Centre. He is a frequent guest on many television and radio programs. He also publishes many informative articles in health magazines and is passionately involved in educating women on how to take charge of their own health. For more information please go to Dr. Mostovoy's website thermographyclinic.com

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