ヴォッダー式リンパ・ドレナージュ実践ガイド(第2版)<br>Dr. Vodder's Manual Lymph Drainage : A Practical Guide. Plus Online at MedOne (2. Aufl. 2018. 153 S. 204 Abb. 27 cm)

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ヴォッダー式リンパ・ドレナージュ実践ガイド(第2版)
Dr. Vodder's Manual Lymph Drainage : A Practical Guide. Plus Online at MedOne (2. Aufl. 2018. 153 S. 204 Abb. 27 cm)

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Fully updated guide to the theory and practice of Dr. Vodder's Manual Lymph DrainageWritten by the world's leading authorities on Dr. Emil Vodder's techniques for manual lymph drainage (MLD), this lavishly illustrated guide provides step-by-step descriptions of how to massage the lymph vessels to stimulate smooth lymphatic flow.A concise text describing the basic anatomy and physiology of the circulatory and lymphatic systems is supplemented by full-color photographs and revelatory schematic drawings. The authors discuss indications and contraindications for the treatment techniques, based on the various types of swelling caused by lymphedema, as well as the ways in which Dr. Vodder's method affects different regions of the body.Key Features:The latest information on complete decongestive therapy (CDT), including coverage of compression therapy, taping, respiratory treatment, and other complementary methodsMore than 200 color photographs demonstrate the therapist's application of manual pressure and movement patternsEach chapter includes numerous practical tips and sufficient space for personal notes56 review questions enable self-studyDr. Vodder's Manual Lymph Drainage: A Practical Guide is a comprehensive, one-stop reference for students, therapists, and practitioners of lymphology, manual medicine, or physical therapy.This book includes complimentary access to a digital copy on https://medone.thieme.com.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            ix
Part I: Theoretical Basics of Manual Lymph
Drainage
1 Anatomy and Physiology of the Circulation 2 (5)
of Blood
1.1 Blood 2 (2)
1.1.1 Red Blood Cells (Erythrocytes) 3 (1)
1.1.2 White Blood Cells (Leukocytes) 3 (1)
1.1.3 Blood Platelets (Thrombocytes) 4 (1)
1.2 Cardiovascular System 4 (3)
1.2.1 Arterial System 5 (1)
1.2.2 Capillaries 6 (1)
1.2.3 Venous System 6 (1)
2 Anatomy of Lymph Vessels and Lymph Nodes 7 (11)
2.1 Initial Lymph Vessels 7 (1)
2.2 Precollectors 8 (1)
2.3 Lymph Collectors 8 (1)
2.4 Lymph Nodes 9 (1)
2.5 Lymphatic Trunks 10 (8)
2.5.1 Large Lymphatic Pathways 11 (4)
2.5.2 Drainage from the Abdomen 15 (1)
2.5.3 Drainage from the Thorax 16 (1)
2.5.4 Drainage from the Brain 16 (1)
2.5.5 Anastomoses 17 (1)
3 Physiology of the Lymphatic System, Lymph, 18 (9)
and Interstitium
3.1 Loose Connective Tissue 18 (4)
3.1.1 Fixed and Mobile Cells 18 (1)
3.1.2 Fibers 19 (1)
3.1.3 Ground Substance/Interstitial Fluid 19 (1)
3.1.4 Function and Qualities 20 (1)
3.1.5 Adipose Tissue 20 (1)
3.1.6 Water Balance 21 (1)
3.1.7 Protein Circulation: Active 21 (1)
Transport Mechanism
3.2 Physiology of the Exchange Processes 22 (3)
between Interstitium and Terminal Vessels
3.2.1 Molecular Motion: Passive Transport 22 (3)
Mechanism
3.2.2 The Starling Equilibrium 25 (1)
3.3 Function of Lymph Vessels 25 (2)
4 Lymphedema 27 (11)
4.1 Primary Lymphedema 28 (1)
4.2 Secondary Lymphedema 28 (1)
4.3 Possible Complications of Lymphedema 29 (1)
4.3.1 Infection 29 (1)
4.4 Physical Reactions to Lymphedema 30 (1)
4.5 Additional Indications for Manual Lymph 30 (8)
Drainage
4.5.1 Venous Edema of the Leg 30 (1)
4.5.2 Lipedema 31 (1)
4.5.3 Lipohypertrophy 31 (1)
4.5.4 Cardiac Edema 31 (7)
Part II: Manual Lymph Drainage
5 Equilibrium and Balance as the Aim of 38 (1)
Massage
5.1 Fluid Equilibrium 38 (1)
5.2 Balance in Alternative Healing Methods 38 (1)
6 Indications and Contraindications for 39 (2)
Manual Lymph Drainage
6.1 Indications 39 (1)
6.2 Absolute Contraindications 39 (2)
6.2.1 Relative Contraindications 39 (2)
7 Effect of Manual Lymph Drainage on the 41 (3)
Smooth Muscles of Blood Vessels and
Lymphangions
7.1 Different Effects of Manual Lymph 42 (6)
Drainage
7.1.2 Pain Relieving 42 (1)
7.1.1 Relaxing, Calming, and Stimulating 42 (1)
the Lymph Flow
7.1.3 Affecting the Immune System 43 (1)
7.1.4 Decongesting: Reducing Edema 43 (1)
8 Diagnostic Examination and Edema Measurement 44 (4)
Part III: The Technique of Manual Lymph Drainage
9 Massage Techniques 48 (3)
9.1 The Nature of the Massage 48 (1)
9.1.1 Stationary Circle 48 (2)
9.1.2 Scoop Technique 48 Treatment 50
9.1.3 Pump Technique 48 (2)
9.1.4 Rotary Technique 49 Drainage 50
9.1.5 Thumb Circles 49 (1)
9.2 Duration and Intensity of the Massage 49 (1)
9.3 Creating the Environment for Optimal 50 (1)
9.4 Treatment Guidelines for Manual Lymph 50 (1)
10 Treatments of the Individual Parts of the 51 (31)
Body
10.1 Treatment of the Neck 51 (3)
10.1.1 Effleurage 51 (1)
10.1.2 Profundus to Terminus 51 (1)
10.1.3 Occiput to Terminus 52 (1)
10.1.4 Tip of the Chin to the Profundus, 52 (1)
then to the Terminus
10.1.5 Fork Technique 53 (1)
10.1.6 Shoulder Circles 53 (1)
10.1.7 Shoulder Circles 53 (1)
10.1.8 Profundus to Terminus 53 (1)
10.1.9 Final Effleurage 53 (1)
10.2 Treatment of the Face 54 (5)
10.2.1 Effleurage 54 (1)
10.2.2 Jaw Area 54 (1)
10.2.3 Nose 55 (1)
10.2.4 "Long Journey" 56 (1)
10.2.5 Treatment of the Eyes 57 (1)
10.2.6 Eyebrows 57 (1)
10.2.7 Forehead 57 (1)
10.2.8 Temple to Profundus 58 (1)
10.2.9 Profundus to Terminus 58 (1)
10.2.10 Effleurage (Not Shown) 58 (1)
10.3 Treatment of the Arm 59 (3)
10.3.1 Effleurage (Not Shown) 59 (1)
10.3.2 Upper Arm 59 (1)
10.3.3 Elbow 60 (1)
10.3.4 Forearm 60 (1)
10.3.5 Hand 61 (1)
10.3.6 Finger Treatment (Not Shown) 61 (1)
10.3.7 Final Effleurage 61 (1)
10.4 Treatment of the Leg 62 (4)
10.4.1 Effleurage 62 (1)
10.4.2 Thigh 62 (2)
10.4.3 Knee 64 (1)
10.4.4 Lower Leg 65 (1)
10.4.5 Foot 65 (1)
10.4.6 Final Effleurage 65 (1)
10.5 Treatment of the Nape of the Neck 66 (3)
10.5.1 Effleurage 66 (1)
10.5.2 Profundus to Terminus 66 (1)
10.5.3 Occiput to Terminus 66 (1)
10.5.4 Back of the Head 67 (1)
10.5.5 Shoulders 67 (1)
10.5.6 "Rabbit" Technique 67 (1)
10.5.7 Skin of the Nape of the Neck 68 (1)
10.5.8 "Soldiers" Technique 68 (1)
10.5.9 Vibration, Final Effleurage 68 (1)
10.6 Treatment of the Back 69 (4)
10.6.1 Effleurage (Not Shown) 69 (1)
10.6.2 Right Side of the Back 69 (1)
10.6.3 Left Side of the Back 70 (1)
10.6.4 Extensors of the Spine 70 (1)
10.6.5 Triangle between the Shoulder 71 (1)
Blades
10.6.6 "Soldiers" Technique 72 (1)
(Not Shown)
10.6.7 Vibration and Final Effleurage 72 (1)
10.7 Treatment of the Buttocks 73 (3)
10.7.1 Effleurage 73 (1)
10.7.2 Right Buttock 73 (1)
10.7.3 Left Buttock 74 (1)
10.7.4 Sacral Triangle 74 (1)
10.7.5 Vibration and Final Effleurage 75 (1)
10.8 Treatment of the Chest 76 (3)
10.8.1 Effleurage 76 (1)
10.8.2 Left Side 76 (1)
10.8.3 Right Side 77 (1)
10.8.4 "Seven" Technique 78 (1)
10.8.5 Final Effleurage 78 (1)
10.9 Treatment of the Abdomen 79 (3)
10.9.1 Effleurage 79 (1)
10.9.2 Solar Plexus 79 (1)
10.9.3 Colon Strokes 79 (1)
10.9.4 Treatment of the Colon 80 (1)
10.9.5 Weight Reduction Technique 81 (1)
(Treatment of the Small Intestine)
10.9.6 Treatment of Deep Lymph 81 (1)
Vessels/Nodes
10.9.7 Final Effleurage with Breathing 81 (1)
11 Special Techniques 82 (16)
11.1 Special Techniques for the Head 82 (4)
11.1.1 Nose 82 in the Lateral Position 91
(Not Shown)
11.1.2 Eyes 83 (9)
11.1.3 Skull 84 in Supine Position (Not 92
Shown)
11.1.4 Ears 84 (1)
11.1.5 Intraoral Drainage (Not Shown) 85 (1)
11.2 Special Techniques for the Arm 86 (1)
11.2.1 Elbow 86 (1)
11.2.2 Wrist (Not Shown) 86 (1)
11.3 Special Techniques for the Leg 87 (2)
11.3.1 Knee 87 (1)
11.3.2 Foot 88 (1)
11.4 Special Techniques for the Shoulder 89 (4)
11.4.1 Mobilizing the Shoulder Blade 89 (1)
Posteriorly
11.4.2 Mobilizing the Shoulder Blade 90 (1)
Anteriorly
11.4.3 Glenohumeral Mobilization 91 (2)
11.4.4 Searching for Painful Points:
Patient
11.4.5 Searching for Painful Points:
Patient
11.5 Special Techniques for the Back 93 (1)
11.5.1 Intercostal Spaces (Not Shown) 93 (1)
11.5.2 Extensors of the Spine (Not Shown) 93 (1)
11.6 Special Techniques for the Hips 94 (2)
11.6.1 Standing behind the Patient 94 (1)
11.6.2 Standing in Front of the Patient 95 (1)
11.6.3 Standing Next to the Patient 95 (1)
11.7 Special Techniques for the Chest 96 (1)
11.7.1 Intercostal Spaces 96 (1)
11.7.2 Breathing Technique 96 (1)
11.8 Special Techniques for the Abdomen 97 (1)
11.8.1 Wide Pelvis 97 (1)
11.8.2 Narrow Pelvis 97 (1)
12 Treatment Model for Secondary Lymphedema 98 (12)
12.1 Treatment of Secondary Lymphedema of 98 (5)
the Arm
12.1.1 Lymph Nodes of the Neck (Not Shown) 98 (1)
12.1.2 Healthy Breast (Not Shown) 98 (1)
12.1.3 Affected Breast 99 (1)
12.1.4 Treatment of the Edematous Arm 100(2)
12.1.5 Affected Breast (Not Shown) 102(1)
12.1.6 Back (Not Shown) 102(1)
12.2 Treatment of Secondary Lymphedema of 103(7)
the Leg
12.2.1 Lymph Nodes of the Neck (Not Shown) 103(1)
12.2.2 Axillary Lymph Nodes (Not Shown) 103(1)
12.2.3 Abdominal Skin 103(1)
12.2.4 Treatment of the Edematous Leg 104(2)
from the Front
12.2.5 Quadratus Lumborum (Not Shown) 106(1)
12.2.6 "Soldiers" Technique 106(1)
(Not Shown)
12.2.7 Skin of the Buttocks (Not Shown) 106(1)
12.2.8 Treatment of the Edematous Leg 107(3)
from Behind
Part IV: Complementary Treatments
13 Complementary Treatments 110(22)
13.1 Decongestion and Maintenance Phase 110(1)
13.1.1 Phase 1: Inpatient Decongestion 110(1)
Phase
13.1.2 Phase 1: Outpatient Decongestion 110(1)
Phase
13.1.3 Phase 2: Maintenance Phase 111(1)
13.2 Skin Care 111(1)
13.3 Compression Therapy 111(12)
13.3.1 Bandaging 111(11)
13.3.2 Compression Stockings 122(1)
13.4 Therapeutic Exercises and Respiratory 123(2)
Therapy
13.4.1 Therapeutic Exercises 123(2)
13.4.2 Respiratory Therapy 125(1)
13.4.3 Meditative Aspects 125(1)
13.5 Lymph Taping 125(4)
13.5.1 Lymph Tape 125(4)
13.6 Further Information 129(3)
13.6.1 Useful Addresses 129(3)
Part V: Historical Background
14 Historical Background 132(8)
14.1 Preface to the First Edition 1978 132(3)
14.2 Lymph Drainage-A New Therapeutic 135(2)
Method Serving Cosmetic Care
14.2.1 The Beauty of the Face 135(1)
14.2.2 Is Aging Unavoidable? 136(1)
14.2.3 The Blood Vessel System 136(1)
14.2.4 The Lymph Vessel System 136(1)
14.2.5 The Lymph Nodes 136(1)
14.2.6 Natural Regeneration of the Skin 136(1)
through Lymph Drainage
14.2.7 Lymph Drainage 137(1)
14.3 Emil Vodder-His Life and Manual Lymph 137(3)
Drainage
References 140(1)
Index 141