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Upcoming Events

Head and Neck Lymphedema: Identification and Optimal Treatment Protocols

Tuesday, May 11

8 pm ET | 5 pm PT

Speaker: Mihir K. Bhayani, MD, FCAS


Venous and Lymphatic Journal Club

Thursday, May 20
8 pm ET | 5 pm PT

Speakers: Thomas F. O’Donnell, MD
Steve Dean, DO
Tony Gasparis, MD


Recognizing Primary Lymphedema and Differential Diagnosis Continuing Education Course

Wednesday, June 9
12-1 pm ET | 8-9 pm ET

Speakers: Julie Green, OTR/L, CLT-LANA WCC, CLWT
Susan Ellenson, PT, CLT-LANA, CWS, CLWT

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Lymphedema (chronic swelling) is more common than you think

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  • Janie F.

    FLEXITOUCH Plus User – Upper Body

    “When I go home at night, I wrap myself in this garment while I’m watching TV. It actually helps calm me. It’s a fantastic treatment.”

  • Karen L. Herbst

    PhD, MD

    “Many, many of my patients love their pump. They use them in the morning, at night…and feel very lucky.”

  • Kelli Favata


    “It’s an absolute joy working with my Tactile team because they help get my patients proper treatment efficiently. It’s one of the best companies I have worked with as far as patient care, patient education and working with me as the provider.”

1. Data on file at Tactile Medical

2. Includes data on breast, head and neck-related and other cancers, phlebolymphedema, primary lymphedema and lymphedema/lipedema

3. Dean S, Valenti E, Hock K, Leffler J, Compston A, Abraham W, The clinical characteristics of lower extremity lymphedema in 440 patients. Jour of Vasc Surg: Venous & Lymph Disorders. ePublished Feb 2020