From the MASSAGE Magazine article, “Lymph Formation,” by Joachim E. Zuther, in the September 2009 issue. Article summary: The lymphatic system is represented by a network of vessels, tissues, organs and cells by which lymph fluid is able to flow from the tissue spaces back into the bloodstream. Like the cardiovascular system, it is interactive with every organ and directly related to the body’s immune function and efficiency.

Textbook for Comprehensive Lymphedema Management, by Joachim Zuther, Thieme, 2004

Lymphatic Drainage (DVD) with Sean Riehl, Real Bodywork, 2004

Your Key to Good Health: Unlocking the Power of Your Lymphatic System, by Elaine Hruska, ARE Press, 2008

Milady’s Guide to Lymph Drainage Massage, by Ramona Moody, Milady, 2003

Foundations of Manual Lymph Drainage, by Michael Foldi and Roman Strossenreuther, Mosby, 2004

Lymphedema Management: The Comprehensive Guide for Practitioners, by Joachim Zuther (Editor), Thieme New York, 2004

Compendium of Dr. Vodder’s Manual Lymph Drainage, by Gunther Wittlinger and Hildegard Wittlinger, George Thieme Verlag, 1998

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