Pain Management

Adjustable and patient specific pain management


Pain Management

Neural tissue, comprised of nerve fibers and the structures immediately surrounding them, is closely connected to muscles, lymph vessels and fascial structures. Under normal conditions neural tissue can move freely between muscles, bones and connective tissue such as fascial tissue layers.

Normal movement of nerve tissue may become obstructed from restricted joint mobility or muscle tightness, which can cause radiating pain. If a nerve is constantly compressed or stretched, the transportation of nutrients inside is restricted. This causes increased secretion of inflammation mediators.

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LymphaTouch® is an excellent tool for pain management. The adjustable settings offer a patient specific treatment approach, suitable for treating both acute and chronic pain.

Many neurological disorders such as multiple sclerosis, stroke, spinal cord injuries and neuropathy cause pain. The cause of the pain must be determined before starting treatment.

The LymphaTouch® -treatment has been used in many different pain related conditions such as neuropathic pain, back pain, tennis elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, knee pain, joint pain and tendon related pain.

Patients often experience a reduction in pain measured on the Visual Analogue Scale (VAS) after the LymphaTouch® -treatment.

LymphaTouch® offers a pleasant and comfortable treatment, where the treatment experiences can be adjusted to meet individual needs.


Using LymphaTouch® I get an important reduction in pain that allows longer periods of activity and better periods of sleeping.

—Severe back pain patient, North Carolina, USA

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