POST-SURGICAL COMPRESSION + LIPOSUCTION CAN HELP EARLY-STATE LIPEDEMA²
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COMPRESSION HAS BEEN SHOWN TO HELP AFTER EARLY-STATE LIPEDEMA REDUCTION SURGERY:
Use of compression may aid in reducing patient pain, inflammation, and tenderness, lessening the risk of tissue fibrosis
Help increase patient comfort, reduce sensitivity and improve mobility with compression therapy
Compression may help improve blood flow and lymphatic drainage potentially lowering the risk of complications such as blood clots
Applying compression may help mitigate fluid retention which can help reduce pain and inflammation
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