The London Breast Institute at The Princess Grace Hospital now offer DEEP OSCILLATION therapy

The London Breast Institute at The Princess Grace Hospital set new standards of delivery for breast care in the independent sector, maintaining three essential components: medical staffing, diagnostic and therapeutic equipment and research. PhysioPod® are delighted to see DEEP OSCILLATION® therapy is now listed in their services for Lymphoedema care

To read more about The London Breast Institute, the first breast unit in the UK to install and use Full Digital Mammography then please click here

The following is taken (with thanks to LBI) from Services:

Treatments at The London Breast Institute


This therapy is used in the London Breast Institute for the treatment and management of Lymphoedema, Lipoedema and Lipo-Lymphoedema. The gentle, yet effective, electrostatic impulses are delivered through gloved hands or applicators and are clinically proven to permeate an 8cm depth, impacting all tissue layers; including the connective tissue. Excess biological matter and abnormal lymph fluid build up are flushed out, resulting in the reduction of swelling and pain, and promoting a better range of movement. DEEP OSCILLATION® is especially effective on stubborn fibrosis and can be used in the pre-operative stage to improve micro-circulation and prepare tissue for incision. It can also be used in the early post-operative stage to boost the rehabilitation process, thereby promoting a dynamic wound healing with smoother and less resultant scar tissue.

Clinically proven effects and benefits are:


  1. Anti-Fibrotic, Anti-Inflammatory, Detoxifying effect
  2. Improvement of muscle tone, mobility, tissue quality, and trophicity
  3. Reduction in bruising, haematoma, oedema, pain, skin irritation
  4. Relaxation of muscles and stimulation of a dynamic wound healing.

With DEEP OSCILLATION®Therapy, swellings and redness can all be relieved considerably faster following surgical procedures and the therapy can be used post-operatively almost immediately to facilitate faster healing. Pain can also be stopped over a sustained period. Faster regeneration following the surgery also in cases of trauma and neurological indications.

Please check with therapist the contra-indications for use.

Read On Press Release Point 01.04.2015

  • Nicole De Havilland, Lymphoedema Practitioner at the London Breast Institute