Method Godoy innovation in the treatment of lymphedema

Written by: Curro Millán
Published: | Updated: 14/11/2018
Edited by: Anna Raventós Rodríguez

Almost half a million patients and Spain are affected by lymphedema, Globally, the figure reaches almost 300 million affected. Therefore, treatment of lymphedema must take a holistic view and be treated from different areas of diagnosis, such as physiotherapy , psychology, nutrition and sport.


What is Godoy Method?

piernas_linfedema Godoy method involves making a lymphatic drainage manually and achieve great results has shown worldwide in the treatment of lymphedema. Furthermore, this treatment has been validated as one of the effective world for before and after surgery by different surgeons renowned.

This treatment provides several options adapted to the reality of each patient, as it is composed of manual lymphatic drainage and mechanical lymphatic drainage. Godoy method also includes equipment for active and passive lymphatic drainage as well as novel materials for containment thereof.


Results Godoy Method

Using the method Godoy intensive treatment for lymphedema has managed to achieve up to 95% reduction of the same. Notably, the Godoy method is based on over 15 years of experience in the field of intervention of lymphedema and extensive research and quest for knowledge.

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By Curro Millán
Physical therapy

Curro Millan is a professional reputed Physiotherapy, graduated from the European University of Madrid. He is an expert in advanced physiotherapy applied to women, breast cancer and aesthetic physiotherapy physiotherapy, among others. Currently he is the Director General of the Institute Fisiomédico Madrid, Vice President of the Spanish Association for Cancer Therapy, and co-director of the Master of Physical Therapy Oncology at the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM).

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