Learn how to apply the LymphaTouch medical device as part of manual treatment in Cancer Rehabilitation.
- Introduction to the topic.
- LymphaTouch treatment areas and case examples.
- Demonstration of LympaTouch.
- Latest study results.
- Take home message.
MORE ON THE LYMPHATOUCH DEVICE
It can be used for various treatments including lymphedema, manual treatment in cancer rehabilitation, pre- and postoperative swelling and scarring, fascial tightness, muscle maintenance, active recovery, pain management and improving joint functionality.
The results of LymphaTouch® therapy can be assessed after treatment by analysing the patient’s VAS pain ratings, and by measuring changes in the circumference and range of motion of the treated limb.
LymphaTouch® activates the transportation of fluids in subcutaneous tissue to increase oxygen and nutrient flow around the treated area. LymphaTouch® can be used for treating acute and chronic joint related injuries and conditions as well as musculoskeletal conditions such as tennis elbows (lateral epicondylitis), shoulder impingements, plantar fasciitis and a variety of knee conditions such as osteoarthritis.