Lymphatic Pressure Therapy
Was created over five years bringing together the missing link from post-op despondency to knowing there are trained therapists committed in breast cancer aftercare for much needed effective therapeutic recovery.
Once trained in Lymphatic Pressure Therapy* you become a Lymphatic Pressure Therapist and a registered UK Lymphology Clinic to use and display the UKLC logo indicating to clients and professional bodies that a high standard of training has been achieved. *must pass the final exam and does not apply to Lymphatic Integrated Massage training - only to those who have trained in breast cancer aftercare.
Our dynamic short course in lymphatic integrated massage designed to enable a better understanding of the lymphatic system and the importance of its stimulation for optimum health and wellbeing. Lymphatic integrated massage, LIM, is only administered on lymphatic systems with no trauma or disruptions to pathways. This therapy is not suitable or available post-cancer but highly recommended for stressed clients.
Hi, I'm Yvette Jordan
I have been a practicing therapist for over forty years and in 2006 I ventured into the world of lymphatics, lymphoedema, and cancer aftercare by training in level III CDT Lymphoedema Therapy at The Foëldi Klinik, Lymphology Hospital, Germany.
A City and Guilds teacher, and foundation Kinesiologist from my experience I`m known as a Lymphatic Specialist Practitioner having spent six years working in a GP surgery. And as a personal trainer, I specialise in pain management and post-operative recovery through the realignment of the musculoskeletal system. Effective lymphatic exercise helps remove swelling with a variety of lymphatic dysfunctional conditions to prevent deterioration.
I was privileged to liaise with Professor Neil Piller to update his Lymphoedema Risk Assessment Guide which we now offer to help patients know their own risk of lymphoedema.
I am currently running the Lymphatic Health Online service to give access to those who need to speak directly to a professional about their lymphatic or lymphoedema concerns.
Yvette of UKLC was proud to have collaborated with world-renowned Lymphoedema Professor Neil Piller in bringing together his internationally used and amended Lymphoedema Risk Assessment Guide (LERAG) for cancer patients, now available from the UKLC website as a downloadable document it allows enlightenment and self-help in the constant frustration for patients to understand the post cancer condition effecting 1 in 5, known as lymphoedema.
As NHS services are becoming more and more stretched and little or no attention is being paid to lymphatic health, UKLC is delighted to be offering a Lymphatic Health Online service. It is an essential bonus for anyone and everyone to be able to have this direct online contact offering professional and experienced advice and support in lymphology.