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        he most requested treatments by this type of clients include            massage. Beyond the moisturizing and refreshing effects on            the skin, massage helps to activate circulation and alleviate the pains that accompany radiation therapy. And most importantly, simple human contact uplifts the spirits, aids relaxation, and helps forget the stress caused by the illness, promoting overall body relaxation even if the massage is not intended for physiotherapeutic effects.


Types of Massage Oncologists in
Vietrulife Medical Spa


Body Moisturizing Massage


Moisturizing Hand Massage



Facial Moisturizing Massage


Foot and Leg Circulatory Massage

This is a full-body massage aimed at restoring hydration to the skin, which becomes dry due to the effects of oncological treatments. In addition to nourishing and moisturizing the affected skin, these massages help reactivate circulation and blood flow, providing a sense of comfort and well-being.

Oncological treatments and the associated aggressions can lead to extreme dryness and uncomfortable joint pain in the hands. Massages in this area not only help rehydrate the skin but also promote joint relaxation, ease of movement recovery, and a sense of well-being.

This is a massage that aims to restore hydration to dry skin, specifically on the face. In addition to activating circulation and relieving dryness, this technique pays special attention to two very sensitive areas that require extra care: the eye contour and the lips.

One of the most common side effects of undergoing chemotherapy is the appearance of edema, numbness, and tingling in the feet and legs. Using circulatory massage techniques on these areas can alleviate the side effects of the treatment on the body by promoting blood flow and reducing swelling.

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