Node dissection results in a scar at the skin and adhesions at the deep dissection area. The methods to assess whether there was an impairment are presented. A new method using cupping is floated for your opinions.
Denise Stewart Occupational Therapist Australia
AXILLARY NODE SCAR AND ADHESION SEVERITY
Scar and adhesion treatment after breast cancer offers a means of softening the tissues and allowing more stretch. This is particularly important after radiation and breat reconstruction - seperately or together. View the techniques used by Jocelyn.
Jocelyn Kope Physical Therapist, South Africa
RADIATION FIBROSIS: SOFT TISSUE TREATMENTS
Being aware of the side effects allows the individual to take action early and reduce the impact of these side effects over time. This requires early education and support by trained oncology health professionals.
Kristin Carroll Physical Therapist, USA
SURGERY: POSSIBLE SHORT and LONG TERM EFFECTS
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