Posts in the ‘Secondary Lymphoedema’ Category

What is this thing you call....

What is this thing you call Manual Lymph Drainage?

What is this thing you do? Often get asked about the treatment called Manual Lymph Drainage, its not an easy one to explain, here’s a quick video of Sasha from Wellbeing Techniques describe the treatment and its uses. Where can I get more information? Heres a link to a blog I wrote about manual lymph

Odd socks for sock it to lymphoedema

Lymphoedema Awareness Week

March March is lymphoedema awareness week. How to raise awareness Wear odd socks like the ladies at Wellbeing Technique and upload your images to social media using the following hastags   Hastags #lymphoedemaawareness #lymphoedema #sockit #sockittolymphoedema @BritishLymph @lymphsupport #LAw2018 @LymphIreland Need more information Contact Sasha at Wellbeing Techniques to find out about lymphoedema and how to

Operation Transformation 2018

Operation Transformation leader highlighting the many issues faced by cancer survivors.

#cancersurvivorship is not easy. Sarah O Callaghan in #OperationTransformation tonight highlights issues that can be associated with #survivorship #weightgain #lymphoedema #postopwear #lossofconfidence #chemotherapy #breastcancer #hairloss #cancerjourney #cancertreatment #compressiongarments #mastectomy #swelling https://www.facebook.com/RTEOne/videos/1827078194032679/

Men get lymphoedema too

A man’s insight into lymphoedema

Lymphoedema affects men also. This is a man’s perspective on lymphoedema and how men are in the minority when it comes to lymphoedema. Cancer survivorship is difficult and the late side effects of treatment can develop. This gentleman had melanoma and oesophageal cancer. More awareness is needed around lymphoedema and this story highlights that this awareness

Compression garments and lymphoedema

Compression is a cornerstone in Lymphoedema Management

Compression garments are a cornerstone for #lymphoedema patient care. It is so important to find the ones that works best for each client as everyone is individual. Compression stockings or garments along with good skin care, movement, deep breathing and regular sessions of Manual Lymph Drainage manage Lymphoedema whether its Primary or Secondary. Contact your local therapist

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