For people with lymphedema, unusual swelling, and other edemas
What is Lymphedema?
Lymphedema is a condition that involves buildup of fluid in the body and can cause abnormal swelling. Lymphedema is not a life-threatening condition, although it can be life-altering and can significantly lessen quality of life.
Primary Lymphedema affects those with a birth defect of congenital nature involving the lymphatic system. Secondary Lymphedema affects people with many different medical issues, including cancer treatments, severe injuries of any kind, recent surgeries, as well as many others. Be aware that lymphedema can happen to anyone: infants, children, adults, men, and women.
Meet the team!
(L to R) Teresa Cook, LMT, Charlie Weston, LMT, Abby Bates, OTR,
Rachel Ramirez, COTA, CLT, and Kristy Rowe, Administrative Assistant
What can I do?
Come to the North Texas Rehab Center’s monthly informational meeting to learn more about lymphedema, abnormal swelling and other edemas. Call (940) 322-0771 for information on dates and time!
Ask your physician for a referral to the North Texas Rehab Center’s Lymphedema Clinic to manage symptoms with effective treatment from our team.
Monthly Informational Meeting
For questions about the next meeting time, please call (940) 687-4933.
The meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m. and is completely free and open to the public!