Our practitioners are registered with the National Lymphoedema Practitioners Register (NLPR) which means that they are ALA Accredited Practitioners, having completed a recognised health qualification and training course in lymphoedema management.
To be admitted and remain on the register, practitioners must fulfill continuing education and professional indemnity insurance requirements. All ALA Accredited Practitioners are eligible to appear on the NLPR which is the only recognised public register of lymphoedema practitioners in Australia and New Zealand.
Unfortunately, permanent damage to the lymphatic system cannot be cured or repaired. That’s why it is important to seek a professional’s help once you experience the symptoms mentioned above. Lymphoedema gradually starts and developes in stages, from mild to severe. With appropriate therapy, it can be reduced and managed.
Talk to us today if you need a qualified lymphoedema therapist to assess or treat you.