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Rehabilitation & Occupational Therapy
Lymphedema Therapy Center NY
Lawrence Hospital Center | Outpatient Services
55 Palmer Avenue
Call Us Toll Free At: (888) 245-5611
This office serves patients in the following areas:
Ardsley, Bronxville, Dobbs Ferry, Hastings, Scarsdale, Yonkers, Eastchester, Bronx, Crestwood, Fleetwood, Hartsdale, New Rochelle, Westchester County, NY 10708
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Lymphedema Therapy Center at Lawrence Hospital in Westchester County
Why Lymphedema Therapy? Well, you’ve fought cancer, and won. You’ve gone through a mastectomy, a lumpectomy, or lymph node dissection. You’ve battled through radiation therapy, and all the other treatments needed. But there are some after effects. You’ve started to experience swelling in part of your arm or leg, had weakness, tightness, or recurring infections. Your doctor says its secondary lymphedema, and it happens among patients who’ve had certain kinds of cancer. Now you’re looking for Lymphedema treatment and wondering where to go. That’s when you call the Lymphedema Therapy Center at Lawrence Hospital.
At the Lawrence Hospital Center Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department, you can receive effective lymphedema treatment. Located in Bronxville, New York, the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department has a specified Lymphedema program, which is staffed by two physical therapists who have been certified by the Norton School of Lymphatic Therapy.
Our knowledgeable and trustworthy staff will guide you through complete decongestive therapy, which may include: Manual lymph drainage, multi layer bandaging and evaluation for compression garments, skin care, and an exercise and patient education program. The goal of this treatment is to control and reduce the swelling, prevent progression of lymphedema and infection, and to improve your overall quality of life.
Call the Lawrence Hospital Lymphatic Therapy Center to get back to the business of living. Call today to schedule your treatment.
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