Are you a recently trained lymphoedema practitioner?

You can feel overwhelmed when you commence your journey as a lymphoedema health professional. Plugging the gaps in your knowledge and skills is essential.

The following will provide you with a variety of educational opportunities to choose from.

Complimentary Newsletter

Every month, Lymphoedema Education Solutions (LES) delivers a newsletter. This keeps healthcare professionals informed about subjects related to chronic oedema management and recently published research. Additionally, it notifies readers about pertinent webinars, courses, and conferences as they become accessible.

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LES has over 100 web pages of resources on a wide variety of topics that impact or are related to chronic oedema / lymphoedema.

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Online courses

The following courses do not require previous lymphoedema training. Please check the prerequisites before signing up. 

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Compression And Peripheral Artery Disease

Arterial disease and the appropriate level of compression can be confusing for lymphoedema practitioners. This webinar and online learning will demystify this topic and provide practitioners with clinical guidance to translate into their practice. 

Night time compression course

It is evident that although there is no high-level research into night-time products there are several indications that may warrant this type of compression other than the traditional reason to maintain the effects obtained from complex decongestive therapy. Many factors will influence a client to concord with this type of management especially product wearability. There is also the possibility of an increase in skin tissue oxygenation when wearing compression 24 hours per day.

To increase our clinical reasoning in this management option it is important to be aware of the evidence, explore the various products and also investigate what practitioners are doing concerning night-time compression. To achieve this a free online course has been developed.

Bandaging Challenging Lower Limb Chronic Oedema with 3M™ Coban™ 2 Layer Bandage System

Chronic oedema varies in severity and the normal contour of the leg may be lost, skin changes may occur, and obesity adds another degree of difficulty for managing the condition. This course, presented by Maree O’Connor, Physiotherapist, and guest speaker Emily Muldoon, Occupational Therapist covers common bandaging challenges encountered with lower leg chronic oedema.

Laser Course 1 Introduction to Laser Safety Parameters and Dosages: How to get to where you want to be

This course is offered to all Medical Practitioners, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Nurses, Podiatrists, Accredited Exercise Physiologists, Massage Therapists, Physiotherapy Assistants, Occupational Therapist Assistants, Nursing students and students undertaking health professional qualifications.

The use of PBM (low level laser) in the management of lymphoedema

This course is an advanced level class. Participants should have successfully completed a level 1 or equivalent lymphoedema course that is recognised by the Australasian Lymphology Association.

The use of PBM (low level laser) in the management of musculoskeletal conditions

This course is open to medical practitioners, occupational therapists and physiotherapists.

Klose Training courses

Lymphoedema Education Solutions also provides a range of cost-effective and up-to-date lymphoedema online courses created by Klose Training: 

Face to Face Course

Chronic oedema in aged care is widespread and requires a team approach to have success. Chronic Oedema Solutions was established to assist aged care providers with developing and implementing an effective chronic oedema management strategy.