Lymphoedema and Management

What is lymphoedema?

Lymphoedema is swelling that develops when lymph fluid builds up in the body’s soft tissues and does not go away. It is common in the first 12 months after treatment but can develop at any time.

We have put together a list of resourses to help you understand Lymphoedema and also how to manage it.

Lymphoedema and Management Webinar

Lymphoedema Webinar

This webinar focuses on lymphoedema and its management. It outlines what is lymphoedema, early signs and detection, prevention, cost implications and navigating this, fitting of garments, ways to self-manage and long-term management.


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