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Lymphedema?

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Lymphedema is a condition in which swelling occurs in one or more of the extremities of a human body like your arm(s)or leg(s) due to the impairment of the flow of the lymphatic system.

Lymphedema can be caused by the damage or removal of lymph nodes of a human body during cancer treatment, some people are born with lymphedema. Mostly however people get it after a surgery, burn trauma or radiation treatments for various cancers. It happens due to the blockage in the lymphatic system that is a part of the body’s immune system. This blockage hinders the proper drainage of lymph fluid, and the buildup of fluid results in swelling.

Lymphedema is a condition in which swelling occurs in one or more of the extremities of a human body like your arm(s)or leg(s) due to the impairment of the flow of the lymphatic system.

Lymphedema can be caused by the damage or removal of lymph nodes of a human body during cancer treatment, some people are born with lymphedema. Mostly however people get it after a surgery, burn trauma or radiation treatments for various cancers. It happens due to the blockage in the lymphatic system that is a part of the body’s immune system. This blockage hinders the proper drainage of lymph fluid, and the buildup of fluid results in swelling.

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Pneumatic Compression Device Therapy

Pneumatic compression devices are clinically proven to stimulate the lymphatic system. These devices use advanced intermittent pneumatic compression to provide a comfortable, convenient and effective way to self-manage lymphedema and nonhealing venous leg ulcers.

Manual Physical Therapy

Physical therapists with special training can help control and manage lymphedema through Complete Decongestive Therapy (CDT). CDT consists of four parts including Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) which is a gentle hands-on technique, meticulous skin care, compression bandaging/garments, and decongestive exercises.

Diagnostic Ultrasound

Diagnostic Ultrasound is a great noninvasive method to provide diagnostics for Lymphedema. Ultrasonography can be used to visualize enlarged iliac, axillary, para-aortal, and paracaval lymph nodes and detect abdominal masses that are obstructing lymphatic flow.

Lymphedema Skin Management

Lymphedema can make your skin dry and itchy. This makes cracks and breaks in the skin more likely and increases your risk of infection. We can help your skin stay in good condition through a variety of methods..

Our Team of Experts

K. Alex Kim, MD

Board Certified Vein Specialist

Brant Kirk, MD, FACS

Surgeon

David Nye, DO, FACS

Vascular Surgeon