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Dec
Lipedema, a little known and often misdiagnosed fat disorder, has been traditionally thought to be resistant to diet and exercise. Rigorous efforts by many with lipedema proved futile until recently. Research conducted by author Leslyn Keith, OTD, CLT-LANA demonstrates a significant breakthrough for those ...
Published: 19 December, 2019
21
Nov
Critical new knowledge about lymphedema is presented by Dr. Stanley Rockson, LE&RN Scientific & Medical Advisory Council Founding Chair. In this article, Dr. Rockson shares many common misunderstandings about lymphedema, emerging research, the biological and genetic connections involved, new advances ...
Published: 21 November, 2019
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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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Aug
Looking to understand the intricate connection of fibrosis in lipedema? To fully understand this relationship, one must also understand the differences between lymphedema, lipedema, and obesity.
Published: 1 August, 2019

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