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Oct
Leg ulcers are very common with lymphedema and develop due to weak and impaired valves, causing venous reflux. Over time, lymphatic wounds can build up such severe congestion that healing is almost completely compromised. Regardless of the etiology of their wounds, patients may face permanent skin changes. ...
Published: 27 October, 2020
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Oct
Many patients have persistent leg ulcers that simply will not heal. It’s common that these patients have seen multiple health providers and have tried treatments over a very long period of time without positive outcomes. In the article link below, Douglas H. Joyce, DO, FACOS, FACPh, shares some background ...
Published: 29 October, 2019
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Sep
Dr. Jacalyn Brace, PhD ANP-BC RN-BC WOCN This is a 4-minute read. In our previous article, Differential Diagnosis of Lower Extremity Ulcers, we looked at the underlying causes of ulcers and some methods for diagnosing them. In this article, we’ll explore treatment options that lead to the best patient outcomes ...
Published: 20 September, 2019
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Aug
Dr. Jacalyn Brace,  Ph.D. ANP-BC RN-BC WOCN   This is a 10-minute read. Educating patients is one of my main missions and is critically important when it comes to lower extremity (LE) ulcers. Education helps us give ownership back to the patient and encourages them to make the best decisions ...
Published: 22 August, 2019
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Jun
Are you fully informed about the latest in diagnosis and treatment for lower extremity fibrosis, phlebolymphedema, chronic venous insufficiency, and related conditions? We’re on a mission to help clinicians identify and treat these conditions as early as possible. This makes a huge difference in the overall health ...
Published: 27 June, 2019
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Feb
Green Cove Springs, FL - Billy Ledbetter had suffered for more than two years with swollen legs and feet. Months of at-home physical therapy as well as therapy outside the home were attempted to address the painful open sores and ulcers he dealt with on a daily basis.
Published: 22 February, 2018

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