A Myotherapy Approach to Lymphodema and Remedial Therapies

Gladstone QLD 4680

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A Myotherapy Approach - Lymphoedema Management



Do you have Lymphoedema?

Lymphoedema is swelling that comes about due to a build-up of fluid in the tissues that cannot drain correctly.

Swelling may affect any part of the body, but it is most common in the legs and in the arms. If the swelling is left untreated, these fluids will stay permanently fixed in the affected areas.

Lymphoedema can occur as a side effect of cancers and their treatments, from an infection or injury, or in those with mobility issues and obesity.

Some people are even born with the condition. Although there is no cure, Michelle Starr can improve discomfort and chronic swelling with specialist lymphoedema management.



Lymphoedema Treatment

Effective management, treatments and support can improve your ability to live and function normally. Michelle will assist you and help you to enjoy everyday activities by customised individual treatment plans, after carrying out an initial assessment.

Michelle’s Lymphoedema management treatments include:


  • Manual lymphatic drainage

  • Bandaging

  • Exercise advice

  • Compression garments

  • Diet and skincare


Corrective Remedial Therapies include:


  • Bowen & NeuroStructural Integration Techniques

  • Myofascial Release

  • Deep muscle & Tendon Therapy

  • The Emmett Technique

  • Cupping




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Gladestone’s Lymphoedema management specialist


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