Course 217 – Research-Based Certification Advanced Course in Lymphedema Management and Manual Lymph Drainage Leduc Method- Miramar, Florida – August 2017

RESEARCH-BASED CERTIFICATION ADVANCED COURSE IN LYMPHEDEMA MANAGEMENT AND MANUAL LYMPH DRAINAGE LEDUC METHOD

Advanced COURSE: AUGUST 26, 27, 28, 29, 2017

 

FACULTY:

GUEST SPEAKER:

Jean-Paul Belgrado, PT, MsSc, PhD.

Master in Health Science,  Principal Researcher at the Lymphology Research Unit – Free University of Brussels, Belgium.  – Teacher in Lymphology at the Free University of Brussels. Board member of the European Society of Lymphology (ESL) .  Member of the International Society of Lymphology (ISL).

INSTRUCTORS:
  • Anne-Marie Vaillant-Newman, PT, MA.

Member of the International Society of Lymphology.(ISL)

Member of the European Group of Lymphology.

Master of Arts from Teachers College Columbia University, New York, NY. Former student of Prof. Leduc with thirty three years of expertise in lymphedema management Leduc method.

  • Maria Josette Mullins, P.T.

Director, Rehab Services Department

Memorial Hospital Miramar, Florida.

23 years of expertise in lymphedema managt

DATES AND LOCATION:

August 26, 27, 28, 29, 2017
Memorial Hospital Miramar
1901 SW 172nd Ave,

Miramar, FL 33029

Instructional Level:

The instructional level of this program is Advanced according to the definition of APTA.  This level assumes thorough familiarity with the topic and focuses on advanced techniques, recent advances, and future directions.

Educational Credit

This program was approved for 33.00 contact hours, 3.3 CEUs by the California Physical Therapy Association (CPTA# 17-223).

 Certification:

Certification level II will be received upon successful completion  of the course.

Completion of this course and the basic or initial course will enable the attendees to take the International Certification in Lymphedema Management Examination: ICLM Examination

Once they pass the examination and submit a case study, attendees will be ICLM certified.

Course Objectives:

At the end of the course, participants will demonstrate the:

  1. Understanding of the anatomical and physiological concepts underlying lymphedema management.
  2. Understanding of the psychological issues raised by cancer & lymphedema.
  3. Ability to perform manual lymph drainage and multi-component bandaging addressing lymphedema of the limbs, head and neck and trunk as described by the Leduc school.
  4. Understanding of the use of compression devices (Indications & contraindications).
  5. Understanding of patients education (self-care, compression garments management, precautions, H.E.P.)
  6. Ability to evaluate patients suffering from lymphedema , edema, lipidema and to design a comprehensive plan of care
  7. Ability to treat various pathologies showing symptoms of lymphedema or edema, using the techniques of  lymphedema management.
  8. Ability to answer most of the questions raised by the patients.
  9. Ability to recognize when the intervention of the physician is necessary. (for instance if there is suspicion of DVT)
  10. Understanding of the most recent research performed in the field of treatment of lymphedema.

Hotel Accommodations:

Fairfield Inn & Suites Fort Lauderdale Pembroke Pines

1650 SW 145th Ave|

Pembroke Pines, FL 33027

P: (954) 447  9662 ext 103  |  F: (954) 447 9682.

The rate of $99.00 has been offered to the course participants.

 

Travel Arrangements:

The closest airport is the Hollywood-Ft. Lauderdale airport

Program: Lecture/Lab

DAILY COURSE SCHEDULE WILL INCLUDE:

8:00am: Start

10:15-10:30am or 10:30 – 10:45am: Break

12:00noon-1:00pm: Lunch

3:00-3:15pm: Break

Students: faculty ratio= 10:1

Saturday, AUGUST 26, 2017
  • Jean-Paul Belgrado, PT, MsSc, PhD8:00-10.00am: Fluid balance in the skin, subcutaneous tissue & muscle.  Architecture Role & Mechanism  of lymphatic system.  Topography of the lymphatic collectors of the limb.10:45-12:00noon-1:00-3:00pm: Near infrared fluorescence imaging: physics principles-Application to the conservative treatment- Application in early detection of the 2ary lymphedema and in surgery.3:1 5-5:00pm: Conservative treatment of lymphedema: How can we improve the technique?

    5:00-6:00pm: A.M. Vaillant-Newman: Venous edema: Pathophysiology &  physical Rx. Lab:  Manual techniques.  Exercises.  Precautions.

    Life style.  Compression garments addressing the needs of venous insufficiency. Symptoms of deep venous thrombosis. Case study.

sunday, AUGUST 27, 2017
  • Jean-Paul Belgrado8:00-10:00am: Multi-component bandaging (mcb): the physics & physiologic principles better understood improve the Rx.  The  mechanical & thermal effect of different foam and bandages.9:00-10:15am: Best strategy combining MLD, MCB.10:30-12:00noon: Lab. MLD, MCB. L.E.

    1:00-3:00pm: Lab; Q&A.

    3:00-4:30pm: A.M. Vaillant-Newman: Lymphedema of head and neck.  Lab: Treatment: manual lymph drainage, multi-component bandaging of the U.E

    4:00-5:00pm: Lipidema & Dercum’s disease..Lab.

monday, AUGUST 28, 2017
  • Anne-Marie Vaillant-Newman8:00- 10:00am: Cancer risk factors.  Cancer treatment: radiotherapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy .  Physical treatment of the consequences of radiotherapy.  Cancer rehabilitation.10:00-12:00am: Surgical treatment of breast cancer.  Q & A.1:00-2:00pm: Medical treatment of breast cancer.

    2:00-3:00pm: Lab: Upper extremity lymphedema MLD, MCB

    3:00- 4:30 pm- Lab: Head & Neck Lymphedema.  Manual lymph drainage and multi-component bandaging .  Anne-Marie Vaillant-Newman, PT, MA

    4:00-5:30pm: International Certification in Lymphedema Management Examination.

tuesday, AUGUST 29, 2017

Anne-Marie Vaillant-Newman,PT, MA. Maria Josette Mullins, PT

8:00 am-9:30am: Concomitant  Venous Obstruction in Patients with Secondary .  After S. G. Rockson, MD.Lymphedema.  Venous edema: LAB: physical treatment.  Review: symptoms of DVT

9:30-10:30am: Skin care.  Wound treatment. Maria Josette Mullins, PT

10:45- 12:00 noon: Lymphedema and liposuction surgery: pre and post-operative rehab. care. Lab.

1:00- 2:00pm: Prevention of lymphedema..

2:00-4:00pm: Lab: multi-component bandaging of the U.E. & L.E.

4:00- 5:00pm: Review of evaluation, plan of care, physical treatment of lymphedema.

. Q & A.

For lab practice, participants should bring appropriate clothing  such as shorts, sports bra, or tank.

REGISTRATION INFORMATION:

Registration fee includes: pre-course material, tuition, course handout.

Early registration will be accepted until: JULY 14, 2017

Regular registration will be applicable after this date until August 1, 2017 after which late registration will apply.

Cancellations and requests for refunds will be accepted until   August 23, 2017 minus a $300.00 administrative fee.

Conference Fees:

  • Early Registration: $700.00
  • Regular Registration: $750.00
  • Late Registration: $800.00

Register prior to July 14, 2017  and benefit from a $100.00 discount.

Participants attending the initial &  advanced courses in 2017 are entitled to a $300.00 reduction of the tuition of the advanced course.

Please complete the registration form and mail it with a check or money order payable to:

Pacific Therapy Education, Inc.

27475 Ynez Road #318

Temecula, CA 92591

Tel: 951 347 0362              Fax: 650 898 1771

amvnewman@gmail.com

Or register on-line at:

www.lymphedemamanagement.com

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