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 11/10/10 Click to edit Master subtitle style LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE
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 11/10/10 OVERVIEW The history and development of lymphatic drainage The purpose of lymphatic drainage and benefits Indications and contraindications
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 11/10/10 The discovery of the lymph An Italian physician named Gaspard Asseli first  discovered milky veins in dogs, which was the  discovery of lymphatic vessels. John Pecquet discovered the lymph duct as the  largest lymph vessel in the body. Alexander of Winwater was the first to introduce  manual techniques used in hospitals In 1932 Emil Vodder from Cannes, French Riviera  developed the first manual technique for lymphatic 
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 11/10/10 It wasn’t until 1967 when a German physician,  Johannes Asdonk tested Vodder’s method clinically  and is used in hospitals in England In France, Dr. Bruno Chikly was the first one to  recognize and teach manual lymphatic drainage  therapy 
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