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      Lymphoedema

      The lymphatic system is a network of vessels and nodes throughout the body that transports fluid (lymph) from the body tissues back to the bloodstream.

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      It helps the immune system in destroying pathogens and removing waste products from the tissues. Lymphoedema occurs when the demand for lymphatic drainage exceeds the capacity of the lymphatic circulation. The condition usually affects the limbs although it may also involve the trunk, breast, head and neck or genital area.

      • Complex lymphoedema therapy (CLT)

        Complex lymphoedema therapy (CLT) is the best practice for management of lymphoedema. It consists of education, skin care, exercise, manual lymphatic drainage (MLD), and compression therapy.

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      • Lymphoedema Physiotherapist

        Cheryl Ling

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        Cheryl completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Curtin University. Since graduating, Cheryl has mainly worked in an acute care inpatient setting in hospitals. She has a genuine interest in assisting patients presenting with both acute and chronic conditions in a supportive, and professional environment. Growing up in Malaysia, she is able to communicate fluently in Mandarin and is able to understand Bahasa Malaysia.

        Outside of work, Cheryl enjoys going for walks, reading, and looking after her plants, though her thumbs are more often brown than green.

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