Nutrition, Exercise and Lymphedema

Nutrition, Exercise & Lymphedema Did You Know...  If you have Lymphedema, the foods that you eat not only impact your overall health and weight, but also have a huge impact on your Lymphedema.. Learn more about how nutrition and exercise can effect your Lymphedema.    Sodium It is always important to consume

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Lymphedema is a chronic condition, but Lymphedema treatment can make all the difference. Take a moment to hear how Complete Decongestive Therapy has changed these Lymphedema Therapy Specialists patients' lives.

Lymphedema Therapy – Lymphatic massage vs. Manual Lymphatic Drainage

Lymphedema Therapy The term massage means "to knead" (Gr: massain) and is used to describe forms of "classical" or "Swedish" massage.10 The word is often misused to describe the techniques of manual lymph drainage, which is a gentle, manual treatment technique

Tips For Lymphedema In Hand And Arm

Tips For Lymphedema In Hand And Arm If you've been diagnosed with lymphedema, there are helpful, precautionary measures that can be taken in order to limit worsening of symptoms and reduce the risk of complications.      ●  Use your arm

Tips For Lymphedema In Legs and Foot

Tips To For Lymphedema In Legs and Foot If you recently had surgery, are receiving cancer treatment or have already been diagnosed with lymphedema, the following tips will help you lessen the risk of lymphedema or help to manage your existing

Frequent Ask Questions About Lymphedema Treatment and Symptoms

Frequently Asked Questions About Lymphedema Treatment What is the Lymphatic Treatment - Manual Drainage (MLD)? MLD is a gentle type of skin stretch massage technique that promotes lymph to drain out of a limb into an area that drains normally.  It is

What to Look for In a Lymphedema Clinic

What to Look for In a Lymphedema Clinic Lymphedema is a condition in which swelling occurs in an area of the body, due to damage to the lymphatic system. While Lymphedema can be hereditary, it is most commonly associated with cancer

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