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Lymph Support MedPax @ Physmedi

In Lipedema, lipolymphedema, Lymphedema, Lymphedema Advances, Lymphedema Doctor, Lymphedema Physician, Lymphedema Treatment, Lymphologist, Lymphology on May 27, 2016 at 10:10 pm

MedPax contains the following supplements: N Acetyl Cysteine, Vitamin C with citrus bioflavonoids, Diovasc (Diosmin), Liver Protect w Selenium, NAC & alpha lipoic acid; and Omega 3 Pure – to reduce inflammation, leaky veins and lymphatics, boost immune system and antioxidant. Info (352) 404-6959

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Margarita Correa MD Lymphedema/lipedema physician

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http://physmedi.com/services/lymphedema/

A physician practicing lymphedema/lipedema management. Margarita Correa MD, Physiatrist, Certified MLD,CDT, Leduc Lymphedema Management Method

621 Wilkinson St
Orlando, Florida
(407) 237-0069

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Lipedema – Margarita Correa MD

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Lipedema is a chronically progressive, symmetical accumulation of fat in the subcutaneous tissue with orthostatic edema occuring almost exclusively in women. Primarily the lower extremities are affected and may occur in combination with the upper extremities. Lipedema is characterized by tenderness and easy bruising.

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Margarita Correa MD

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Margarita Correa MD.

1715 E Hwy 50, Ste A, Clermont, FL 34711

2902 N Orange Ave, Ste 205, Orlando, FL 32804

Phone (352) 404-6959

Fax (352) 404-6960

Margarita Correa MD new office address @ Clermont FL

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 Margarita Correa MD / Physical Medicine Institute

1715 E Hwy 50 Bldg 3 Suite A

Clermont FL 34711

Phone (352) 404-6959

Fax (352) 404-6960

http://www.physmedi.com

Margarita Correa MD – Lymphedema/Lipedema Physician

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Margarita Correa MD – Lymphedema/Lipedema Physician

Lymphedema Research Institute @ lymphdoc.com

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Lymphedema Research Institute

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founder Dr. Margarita Correa

Margarita Correa MD CLT FAAPMR – Lymphedema Management Certification

In Cancer Rehabilitation, doctor, Doctors, Lymphedema, Lymphedema Clinic, Lymphedema Doctor, Lymphedema Physician, Lymphedema Rehabilitation, Lymphedema Therapy, Lymphedema Treatment, Manual Lymph Drainage, Medical, Physiatrist, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation on April 17, 2012 at 2:38 am

Lymphedema Management.

Margarita Correa MD CLT FAAPMR training in lymphedema management.

Axillary Vein Thrombosis (AVT) and Breast Cancer

In Cancer Rehabilitation, doctor, Doctors, FL, Health, Lymphedema, Lymphedema Clinic, Lymphedema Doctor, Lymphedema Physician, Lymphedema Rehabilitation, Lymphedema Therapy, Lymphedema Treatment, Manual Lymph Drainage, Manual Therapy, Medical, Physiatrist, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation on March 11, 2012 at 8:40 pm

Axillary vein thrombosis (AVT) in patients with breast cancer and arm lymphedema is often overlook probably because the clinician does not suspect this condition exists.
Cases reported in the medical literature ranges as an initial manifestation of an inflammatory breast cancer, after axillary lymph nodes dissection and after radiotherapy.
One of the issues with AVT is that can present insidiously, making more difficult to be diagnosed.
In my clinical experience, I suspect this condition may be present when you have a rapid onset arm lymphedema, arm lymphedema that has been stable and worsen without any obvious triggering factors; or even an arm lymphedema that is responding very slowly to treatment with or without associated pain.
Early diagnosis and treatment is extremely important because adequate management improves prognosis and response to treatment.
Diagnosis is made with a venous ultrasound doppler of the upper extremities. On physical examination an axillary cord can be visible and/or engorgement of proximal – chest superficial veins.
I have seen patients not only with AVT, but thrombus extending to the subclavian vein and distally to the basilic vein.
Anticoagulation with low-molecular-weight heparin and warfarin as per lower limb deep venous thrombosis (DVT) is the mainstay of management. Sufficient analgesia should be prescribed. Elevation of the arm can help.
Questioning about when to start MLD/CDT? Based on my clinical experience, if pain is present should be subsiding as well as some of the edema, anticoagulation levels should be achieved and confirmed by two consecutive PT(prothrombin time)/INR(international normalized ratio) between 2 – 3. Use of pneumatic compression devices are contraindicated.
References:
Ann R Coll Surg Engl. 2012 Mar;94(2):55-6
Clin Radiol.1987 Jan;38(1):95-6.
Expert Rev Anticancer Ther. 2006 Nov;6(11):1629-38.
Author: Margarita Correa MD
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