Lymphedema can occur after surgery or a traumatic injury, leaving you with heavy, painful, swollen limbs, or trunk, face, and neck.
Our goal is to achieve a reduction in swelling and ensure the patient becomes independent with managing the swelling with self manual lymphatic drainage, exercise, and wearing compression stockings/garments.
- Perometer Measurements to monitor the success of treatment
- Complimentary Flexitouch 1 hour prior to treatment to aid in circulation and lymphatic fluid flow
- Educational self manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) instruction
- Exercise combined with MLD/wrapping treatment to aid in muscle pumping action for circulation and fluid flow
- Soft manual lymphatic drainage designed to help increase the flow of lymph out of limbs after injuries.
- Private one-on-one treatments
What is Lymphedema? The National Lymphedema Network writes: “Lymphedema is an abnormal collection of high-protein fluid just beneath the skin. This swelling, or edema, occurs most commonly in the arm or leg, but it also may occur in other parts of the body including the breast or trunk, head and neck, or genitals. Lymphedema usually develops when lymph vessels are damaged or lymph nodes are removed (secondary lymphedema) but can also be present when lymphatic vessels are missing or impaired due to a hereditary condition (primary lymphedema).”
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