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Webinar Recording: Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) for Chronic Diseases- Part 2

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Where: Online

CPE: 1.5 CPE point

Access: Webinar recordings can be watched at any time.

Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) for Chronic Non-Communicable Diseases- PART 2

The specific physiological actions of MLD will be described in relation to the nervous and immune systems. The application for symptomatic treatment of a wide range of chronic diseases will be discussed.

This webinar aims to

  • Describe the physiological effects of MLD in the nervous and immune systems
  • Outline the role of MLD in symptomatic management of selected chronic diseases
  • Describe any relevant contraindications

Presenter: Jan Douglass

Jan has practised and taught manual body therapies since 1986 including developing and delivering health science subjects for students of massage therapy, occupational therapy and naturopathy.

Since becoming a Dr Vodder Therapist in 1997 Jan has specialised in MLD & CDT and in 2002 became an Accredited Practical Instructor with the Dr Vodder School. In 2017 Jan was accredited as a Lymph Taping Instructor with Medical Taping Concept.

Jan’s scope of experience includes eight years as senior lymphoedema therapist at Flinders Medical Centre Breast Oncology Clinic and as trial co-ordinator at Flinders University Lymphoedema Research Unit. Jan has presented at numerous conferences and seminars nationally and internationally.

She completed her Honours Thesis on a yoga program for women with arm lymphoedema after breast cancer and wrote her PhD thesis on early detection of covert lymphatic dysfunction in young people infected with lymphatic filariasis in Myanmar.

Jan is now a consultant with the Centre for Neglected Tropical Diseases at Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine in the UK where she provides advice and training in morbidity management in the global program to eliminate lymphatic filariasis.

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