lymphedema Management & Prevention

Person with lymphedema putting an antithrombotic compression garment on their leg after receiving Complete Decongestive Therapy and Manual Lymphatic Drainage

Lymphedema Therapy Management & Prevention 

Lymphedema is characterized by a chronic dysfunction of the lymphatic system that can physically manifest as persistent recurrent swelling. Prevention and early intervention are the best forms of treatment. Our goal in these sessions is to equip you with all the tools and education necessary for long-term Independent management and prevention of Lymphedema.  If you have had lymph nodes removed, radiated, or know yourself to be at-risk for lymphedema, please give us a call so we can further discuss your case and match you with the best practitioner for your specific needs.  

Oncology Support  Scar Tissue Intervention & Range of Motion Resoration

We offer manual therapies including Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Scar Tissue Release, and Oncolgy Massage that help address radiation and mastectomy scarring to facilitate and regain optimal range of motion putting you on the pathway to a better quality of life. Our goal is to ensure you are fully equipped with education, resources, and products needed for self care and empowerment. . 

Woman stretching with her arms over her head after breast reconstruction. She is demonstrating optimal range of motion after Scar tissue release techniques coupled with Lymphatic Drainage
Grandparents running on the beach with their family being playful and energetic

Who We Best Serve

Our clinic is best suited for those who are at-risk of developing lymphedema or who may be in the early stages or maintenance phases of treatment.
Please note, that if you EVER feel like you are developing lymphedema signs for the first time (heavy arm, rings fitting tight etc.) please call our office immediately and we will do our best to get you in for an emergency treatment.  Early intervention can help prevent a more permanent situation from occurring.

Why are we Private Pay?

In an effort to ensure superior care and attention to each and every one of our patients, we are in fact, a private pay practice. This allows us the freedom to treat you as we see fit instead of being locked into what your insurance company thinks is "medically necessary." This also allows us the capacity to dedicate the full hour to your individualized care. Our clinic is not a mill. We truly pride ourselves on having the best patient outcomes. We are able to provide you with a Superbill that you can submit to your insurance company for reimbursement.

In the state of Texas, we are able to complete an initial assessment and consultation, however, in order to continue treatment with an Occupational or Physical Therapist, a referral is required.