Everything You Wanted To Know About Lymphedema But Were Afraid To Ask: An Interview With Cynthia Shechter, Breast Cancer and Lymphedema Rehabilitation Specialist

Another informative post from Carrie on her experiences with Lymphedema … Thanks for sharing

My Little Bs Have the Big C

Wow!!!!  I am humbled by the overwhelming response I received in response to yesterday’s post, Lymphedema and How It Has Changed My Life.  So many of you have shared your experience with lymphedema, whether you got it as a result of breast cancer treatment, another surgery or trauma or as a hereditary condition.  This has made me believe, even more strongly than before that we need more research, education and awareness for this disease.  What an incredible community we are creating when we share our experience.

Today, March 6, is officially World Lymphedema Day, which makes me even more thrilled to introduce to you, Cynthia Shechter of Schechter Care.  Cynthia is an OT specializing in breast cancer and lymphedema rehabilitation.  She is not only the OT that has helped me manage what I thought was a condition that would only get worse with time and could not be helped…

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2 thoughts on “Everything You Wanted To Know About Lymphedema But Were Afraid To Ask: An Interview With Cynthia Shechter, Breast Cancer and Lymphedema Rehabilitation Specialist

    • There are many articles in this blog from people who have had surgery for their lymphedema … How ever you are best to speak to a Dr who specializes in this area for more info ..

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