Treat the fluid build-up of lymphedema and restore lost range of motion with physical therapy for lymphedema.
Lymphedema is an abnormal collection of fluid (edema) just below the skin. It most often occurs in the arm or leg, but can occur in other parts of the body as well.
People with lymphedema often have difficulty with everyday tasks due to the size of their limb. Symptoms including heaviness and tightness, heaviness and tightness resulting in limited mobility. Persistent lymphedema can lead to infections.
Physical therapists can help you get lymphedema under control and teach you how to manage the symptoms of lymphedema infections, and limited mobility can be treated with physical therapy.
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