Negative Pressure And Vibration Therapy with Lymphatic Therapies

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Lesson Plan

The use of negative Pressure and/or vibration are common components used in physical rehabilitation to achieve positive clinical outcomes. Many of us healthcare professionals have limited awareness about how these can be applied to the lymphatic impaired population. Objectifying manual pressures is also a concept with a growing discussion in the ability to provide accurate documentation and translation of treatments. This webinar seeks to create an understanding of negative pressure, vibration, and its applications in the lymphatic population. Objectives: – Negative Pressure vs. Positive Pressure – Vibration: Hyperalgesic or Hypoalgesic Effects and the Physiological effects on the lymphatics – Techniques for Therapy and Clinical Applications on Lymphatic Patients

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Course Instructor

Louisa Boyd Louisa Boyd

Louisa Boyd is an Occupational Therapist that specializes in Lymphedema and breast cancer rehabilitation. She is also an instructor for Monarch Training and Consulting for Applications of Neuro-lymphatic Therapy and for the Central New Mexico University Intelligent Pressure Program. She is on the board of directors for the Lymphology Association of North America (LANA) and a member of the National Lymphedema Network. She recently presented as a faculty speaker on MLD Pressure variability among healthcare practitioners at the NLN 2020 conference.

Negative Pressure And Vibration Therapy with Lymphatic Therapies