Can I do exercise after the first miraDry treatment (running, training)?
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Miradry treatments and exercise
MiraDry and exercise
Exercise after MiraDry?
Yes! You can exercise between MiraDry treatments. You should wait about 48 to 72 hours before exercising. You will sweat but not as much from the underarms. The typical patient in our practice gets about a 75 to 82% response from a single treatment.
Best wishes, Dr. Aldo
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Great question! After your MiraDry treatment, you will experience numbness, swelling and some minor bruising. Most of these symptoms will subside after a few days/weeks. I advise my patient's to wait at least 4 days before resuming their exercise routine. This is mainly due to the additional swelling the activity can cause!
Wait a few days before vigorous exercise
After your treatment, you will want to rest your arms for a few days. This is mainly for your comfort and to reduce the amount and duration of swelling. Exercise will not affect the treatment results.
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miraDry is minimally invasive and one can resume activities as tolerated immediately after the procedure.
Having said that, there is soft tissue swelling from the anesthetic for 24 hours and some induration which can last several weeks which may make some exercises of the upper extremities less tolerable - mostly due to the swelling.
Importantly, no harm is done if you initiate exercise shortly after the 1st procedure.
Read our ebook about miraDry provided on the link below. It is under the ebook section of the website link.
MiraDry... excercise post treatment
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