Care for Lymphedema
Lymphedema is a serious side-effect that sometimes affects patients who have been treated for cancer.
It is a swelling of a body part, most often the arms or legs. It also may occur in the face, the abdomen or pelvic region.
It is classified as either primary or secondary. Secondary lymphedema is more common and usually arises following surgery or radiation therapy.
Our team of manual lymphedema therapists provide treatment for the condition arising from breast cancer, head/neck/throat cancer, bladder cancer or any type of cancer that involves the removal and/or radiation of lymph nodes.
For more information, please call (606) 408-0420.