When Lympha Press therapy systems were created, we had you in mind.
It’s difficult to receive a diagnosis for a chronic condition that needs regular management. Our goal is to ease that burden with effective at-home therapy that is both easy to use and comfortable, too.
No fumbling with hoses or straps. No need to ask for help to put garments on. No confusing buttons. And when that drink spills? Our garments wipe clean, easily.
Our patients say two things consistently:
“I wish I knew about Lympha Press years ago!”“My Lympha Press time is ‘me’ time. I just relax and enjoy.”
Nothing makes our team happier than to hear how much better life is for our patients after they start using Lympha Press.
Getting started is easy, too.
Because Lympha Press is a medical device, a doctor’s order is required. Once you connect with a local Compression Therapy Consultant, they will work with your doctor or therapist to determine the Lympha Press therapy system to give you optimal results.
We know how important coverage is to our patients. Lympha Press is in network with many insurances and our team of experts is skilled at working with medical offices to obtain documentation. We also have interest-free payment options to cover out-of-pocket costs.
My doctor ordered a Lympha Press! Now what happens?
Congratulations! You’ll be informed every step of the way until your Lympha Press is delivered.
You’ll have the option of in-person delivery or a remote set-up. In either case, you’ll be shown how easy it is to use your Lympha Press and be empowered to make it a part of your daily regimen.
Our friendly and professional team is delighted to answer any questions you may have.
And even after you begin using your Lympha Press, we’re here for you. We’re happy to offer you support with our monthly Patient Roundtables to educate and inspire.
Lymphedema Patient Roundtable
Living with lymphedema is challenging. Learn from others with this condition how they effectively manage and thrive while living with lymphedema.
Lymphedema Patient Roundtables are held on the second Tuesday of each month at 8:00 PM EST.
Whether you’re a patient, medical professional, or just a person seeking to understand more about your loved one’s condition, you are welcome to join us at our monthly Patient Roundtables.
Lipedema Patient Roundtable
Learn from the experiences of some of the most insightful influencers in the lipedema world. Bring your questions!
Lipedema Patient Roundtables are held on the third Wednesday of each month at 8:00 PM EST.
Hear from patients like you.
There is no definitive lymphedema or lipedema experience. From veterans and athletes to college students and parents, life with these conditions is as varied as the people who live with them. Hear from real patients as they share their stories, in their own words.
Lympha Press Leadership Series: Leslyn Keith, OTD, CLT-LANA
Lympha Press Leadership Series: Lisa Berman Sylvestri, MSPT, CLT-LANA
Lympha Press Leadership Series: Karen Ashforth, MS, OTR, CLT-LANA
The Leadership Series: Katina Kirby, OT, CLT-LANA
Figure Out the “Why?”: The M. Mark Melin Interview
The Power of Advocacy: William Repicci, President and CEO, LE&RN
Alchemy in Action: The Kathleen Lisson Interview
Membership Makes a Difference: The Dean Bender Interview
You Can Be That Therapist: The Brandy McKeown Interview
Learn more about the conditions we treat:
Edema can be manageable with Lympha Press pneumatic compression therapy.
Though there isn’t a cure for lymphedema, it can be managed with Lympha Press.
Chronic Venous Insufficiency
Lympha Press therapy encourages wound healing at the wound base.
There is hope for healing. Lympha Press is proven to prevent reoccurring wounds.
Lympha Press is a powerful tool to help manage lipedema effectively.
Frequently Asked Questions
Using Your Lympha Press®
About Lympha Press
Use Lympha Press according to your licensed medical practitioner’s prescription. Treatment time and frequency is usually one or two hour-long sessions per day for lymphedema, venous insufficiency, or lipedema. You may find it helpful to start with short treatments first and slowly increase to the fully prescribed time.