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Learn how a proven solution helps lymphedema patients heal right at home

20 million+ Americans suffer from chronic swelling due to lymphedema or chronic venous insufficiency (CVI).1

Lymphedema and chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) pose a unique set of challenges for clinicians and patients. There is currently no cure for these chronic progressive conditions and, if left untreated, they can lead to cellulitis (recurrent infections), fibrosis (progressive hardening and thickening of the skin), decreased mobility and dexterity, and increased pain.

Tactile Medical provides lymphedema and CVI solutions that treat the whole body. Each is designed for effective, consistent use at home. Another differentiator is that unlike other durable medical equipment companies, we manufacture, distribute and service our products.

Lymphedema solutions

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Head and Neck

Upper Body

Lower Body

Learn why clinicians prescribe Tactile Medical solutions to help their patients with lymphedema

Clinician perspectives

Beyond healing, our solutions deliver cost savings

To help patients receive the most effective lymphedema home treatment available, Tactile Medical works with thousands of third-party payers across the country. Our solutions are reimbursed by the majority of health plans, including Medicare, Veterans Affairs and private health plans representing more than 270 million lives.

Contact us to learn how much our solutions can save your health plan.

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1.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. Data on file at Tactile Medical

2. Karaca-Mandic P, Hirsch AT, Rockson SG, Ridner S. Flexitouch – The Cutaneous, Net Clinical, and Health Economic Benefits of Advanced Pneumatic Compression Devices in Patients with Lymphedema, JAMA Dermatology, October 2015.