Breast Implant Illness Treatment

Breast Implant Illness Treatment Albuquerque - Lymphatic Massage


Breast implant illness (BII) is a term used to describe a collection of symptoms and illnesses that are believed to be caused by breast implants. These symptoms can vary from person to person, but some common ones include unexplained pains, joint and muscle pain, chronic fatigue, memory and concentration problems, breathing problems, sleep disturbance, rashes and skin problems, dry mouth and dry eyes, anxiety, and brain fog. If you have been experiencing any of these symptoms and have breast implants, it may be time to consider removing them and focusing on healing your body.

 

Get Rid of the Toxins

One of the first steps in healing from breast implant illness is to rid your body of toxins and heavy metals that may be contributing to your symptoms. This can be done through a variety of methods, including detoxifying diets, sauna therapy, and chelation therapy. These treatments work by helping your body eliminate toxins and heavy metals that may have built up over time, allowing your body to function more efficiently.

 

Get Rid of Mold and Fungal Infections

Another important aspect of healing from breast implant illness is addressing any mold or fungal infections that may be present in the body. Mold and fungal infections can cause a variety of symptoms, including fatigue, joint pain, and respiratory problems, so it is important to get them under control as soon as possible. This can be done through a combination of anti-fungal medications, immune-boosting supplements, and lifestyle changes such as reducing exposure to mold.  During your appointment, I can refer you to a place that can order this testing for you.

 

Get Lymphatic Massage to Speed Up Toxin Removal

Lymphatic massage is a great primary therapy that can help speed up healing from breast implant illness. Lymphatic massage works by stimulating the movement of lymph fluid through the body, which helps to remove toxins and waste products from the body. Studies have shown that lymphatic massage can increase lymphatic flow by up to 40 times the normal rate, making it a very effective way to support your body’s natural healing processes. 

Lymphatic massage is a well-recognized detox method. Why?  In short, you can look at the lymphatic system as the body’s sewage system.  It is the mechanism responsible for pulling toxins and waste products away from the tissues so that they can be broken down and/or excreted in urine or feces.  If our lymphatic systems stopped working, we would be dead in days from cellular metabolic waste alone.

Sadly, despite the high importance that the lymphatic system plays in the body’s overall health and well-being, it receives very little attention in the medical field.  This is beginning to change very slowly, but with doctors being exposed (on average) to the lymphatic system no more than 30 minutes in their *entire medical school career* (sounds crazy, but here’s the proof) there is very little chance that you will run across someone with an MD degree who can truly advise you well on the advanced functions and physiology of the lymphatic system.  For that kind of information, you need to consult with a specialist – like Shannon Goins-Blair, who is a LANA-Certified Lymphedema Therapist.

 

Support Your Body With Infusions for Energy and Detox

Both NAD (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) and glutathione infusions (IVs) have been used to treat a variety of conditions, including BII. By providing the body with these essential molecules, it is possible to support cellular function, reduce inflammation, and promote healing. NAD and glutathione infusions are administered intravenously (IV), which allows for rapid absorption into the bloodstream. This method of delivery also ensures that the nutrients bypass the digestive system, which can sometimes degrade their potency.

NAD is a molecule that plays a key role in cellular energy production. It is involved in many of the body’s essential processes, including DNA repair, cell signaling, and metabolism. As we age, our bodies produce less NAD, which can lead to a decline in overall health. However, by supplementing with NAD, it is possible to support cellular function and promote healing.

Glutathione is a powerful antioxidant that is naturally produced by the body. It helps to protect cells from damage caused by free radicals, which are unstable molecules that can cause oxidative stress. Glutathione is also involved in immune function, detoxification, and the regulation of inflammation. Like NAD, the body’s production of glutathione can decline with age, which can contribute to the development of chronic diseases.

 

Try Other Alternative Therapies for Additional Support

Other therapies that may be helpful in healing from breast implant illness include acupuncture, herbal medicine, and nutritional supplements. These treatments can help to reduce inflammation, support immune function, and improve overall health and well-being. It is important to work with a qualified practitioner who can help you develop a personalized treatment plan based on your individual needs and health history.  Functional medicine doctors are your best bet in finding true medical guidance.  I do have a person in Albuquerque to whom I refer.

 

Hang In There

Healing from breast implant illness is a journey, and it may take time and patience to fully recover. However, with the right support and guidance, it is possible to regain your health and well-being and live a full and vibrant life. If you are experiencing symptoms of breast implant illness, consider coming in for a lymphatic massage at Pain & Swelling Solutions to help speed up your healing process.  Remember: there are people out there who believe you really are sick.

 


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Shannon Goins-Blair, CLT-LANA
Certified Lymphedema Therapist
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Pain & Swelling Solutions
2620 San Mateo Blvd NE, Suite E   
Albuquerque

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Plastic Surgery?

Recover Faster with

Post Op Lymphatic Massage 

FROM A LICENSED PROFESSIONAL
WHO SPECIALIZES IN POST-OP MASSAGE
To Help Get rid of those lumps

 

Didn’t Have Surgery?

Feel Better Today With a
Lymphatic Detox Massage

or
Get Relief for Your Swelling

 

 

Shannon Goins-Blair LANA Certified Lymphedema Therapist and Functional Medicine Coach
Shannon Goins-Blair, CLT-LANA
Certified Lymphedema Therapist
Board Certified LMT
Certified Alternative Wellness Practitioner
and
Certified Integrative Health Practitioner, L2

Terapeuta linfática certificada
LMT certificado por la junta

Having Trouble Making Your Appointment?

How to Use the Online Booking System

 

Am I the Right Therapist for You?

 
 

Recuperarse más rápido.
Sentirse mejor hoy.

Doy la bienvenida a los clientes
que hablan español.

Si no habla inglés, envíeme un mensaje de texto al 505-554-5185 o correo electrónico en español.

¡No hablo mucho español, pero estoy aprendiendo!

Puedo comunicarme contigo usando el traductor de google. Muchos de mis clientes no hablan inglés y no tengo problemas para comunicarme con ellos.

Pain & Swelling Solutions
2620 San Mateo Blvd NE, Suite E   
Albuquerque

Map & Directions
Haga clic aquí para ver el mapa y las direcciones