This is the Coast-to-Coast School of Lymphedema Management’s Website. Anne-Marie Vaillant-Newman, founder, offers several courses each year in order to provide PTs, OTs and MDs with detailed knowledge of lymphedema management techniques. We began offering seminars in this specialty in 1994 and to date, over 1400 Physical and Occupational Therapists as well as Medical Doctors have attended them.
There has been an influx of fictitious registrations on the website. If you do not receive a reply to your registration and need assistance, please call Anne-Marie Vaillant-Newman at (951 347 0362).
There will be both a Pre-Avanced, and Advanced Course in Lymphedema Management at Stanford University. The Advanced course will have none other than Dr. Stanley G. Rockson, M.D. as a guest speaker! Don’t miss it! To register, contact Anne-Marie at email@example.com. Looking forward to hearing from you!
Do you have physical therapists, occupational therapists, or even physicians in your facility that you wish to train? Recruit 10 attendees to the training session, and I will personally come out to your facility to train them. Contact me with the planned schedule for the training in your facility!
Lymphedema, an impairment of the lymphatic system, may develop after cancer surgery and/or radiation therapy. This condition results in chronic and debilitating limb or trunk swelling. The same symptoms are observed in primary lymphedema, which is a congenital condition. Management of lymphedema consists of a combination of manual lymph drainage, intermittent compression therapy, multi-component bandaging, and family and patient education regarding the etiology and treatment of this chronic condition.
Lymphedema Management Leduc method started in 1994. From 1994 to 2004 professor Albert Leduc and Professor Olivier Leduc taught the Initial and Advanced Courses; I assisted them. I started teaching the Initial and Advanced courses in 2004. My mentors: Professor Albert Leduc started performing research in the field of physical treatment of lymphedema in 1970. The initial studies were published in 1973-1974. You may read more details on the work of Professor Leduc clicking on âï¿½ï¿½Newsâï¿½ï¿½ on the home page and reading the article written by Professor Leduc âï¿½ï¿½ Encounter with Emil and Astrid Vodderâï¿½ï¿½. Professor Olivier Leduc defended his thesis in 1987. The Leduc method is research-based: the effectiveness of their manual lymph drainage techniques and bandaging techniques has been demonstrated through fundamental research. I attended my first course in Lymphedema Management Leduc method with Professor Albert Leduc in 1985. click here to continue reading
Course Guide is Available Now!
An E-book that accompanies the course has officially been published! It contains the explanations and illustrations of the techniques of Lymphedema Management Leduc Method. It is a great tool to assist you in your practice. It provides the information necessary to keep your techniques honed to perfection, many years after you've completed the course.This E-Book is available for past students and current students whom have attended and completed one of our courses. Register now and take advantage of this wonderful opportunity!
It is a great honor for me to welcome all these world renowned guest speakers at the courses and the conference.
Click here to read more about our team.
Anne-Marie Vaillant-Newman, P.T., M.A.
Member of the International Society of Lymphology Member of the European Society of Lymphology Master of Arts, Teacher College âï¿½ï¿½ Columbia University. Former student of Professor A. Leduc.
Stanley G. Rockson, MD, FACP, FACC,
Chief of Consultative Cardiology. Allan and Tina Neill Professor of Lymphatic Research and Medicine. Professor of Medicine. Director, Center for Venous and Lymphatic Disorders Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, California.
Melinda L. Telli, M.D.
Assistant Professor of Medicine Stanford University Division of Medical Oncology
Dung Nguyen, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor, Division of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. Director, Breast Reconstruction Stanford Women's Cancer Center
Our purpose is to teach Physical and Occupational Therapists as well as Medical Doctors methods for evaluating, treating and educating patients at risk of developing lymphedema or suffering from lymphedema. Emphasis is on prevention and research-based treatment as per the Leduc method.
We are committed to excellence in teaching professionals how to restore, using scientific principles, the health, function, and hope to those patients afflicted with lymphedema.