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Dec
Women with lipedema currently have few options for relief from painful and heavy subcutaneous adipose tissue. High-frequency ultrasound is a promising conservative treatment studied by Karen Ashforth in a pilot program.
Published: 21 December, 2023
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Jun
Linda Anne Kahn discusses the fascia and explains how trauma is stored in the tissues. The talk also explores the connection between the heart, the brain, and the vagus nerve and identifies how it relates to Dercum's disease, lipedema, Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, dysautonomia, and mast cell activation syndrome.
Published: 27 June, 2023
21
Jun
Dr. Karen Herbst brings her keynote message from the 2023 Fat Disorders Resource Society Conference to the Lympha Press platform, presenting research supporting the theory that lipedema is caused by subclinical compartment syndrome.
Published: 21 June, 2023
6
Sep
In this exciting and research-oriented talk with Linda-Anne Kahn, we explore mast cell activation syndrome (MCAS) and the symptoms associated with MCAS.
Published: 6 September, 2022
5
Jul
In this Lipedema Awareness Month webinar, Dr. Karen Herbst explores theories on why inflammation is present in lipedema tissue and what patients can do to quench this "fire."
Published: 5 July, 2022
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Jul
Dr. Omar Beidas reviews the history, background info, stages, and types of lipedema. Why these are poorly defined as well as treatment options are also covered, along with an emphasis on why multidisciplinary care is an absolute for patients suffering from lipedema.
Published: 1 July, 2022
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