This new concept in the treatment of lymphedema developed by Godoy & Godoy uses gentle stimulation in the supraclavicular region at the base of the neck. Studies show that it is possible to stimulate the entire organism with indirect evaluations suggesting that this stimulation continues for 24 to 72 hours. In the Godoy & Godoy Method, it is routinely used in all patients treated for lymphedema. This technique has been used as monotherapy in children with congenital (primary) and other types of lymphedema. The hypothesis is that it stimulates the lymphatic system via the nervous system. According to Godoy & Godoy, this is the most important technique that can be used to stimulate the lymphatic system.