(2 CE hrs Live Webinar, 6-8pm)
Comprehensive care of the oncology patient requires extensive knowledge beyond CDT. In order to effectively treat an oncology patient with lymphedema, we must also have a clear understanding of the patients’ cancer experience, including type of cancer, stage, grade, side effects of specific surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, biotherapy, targeted therapy and hormonal therapies. This webinar introduces you to the cancer experience, oncology lymphedema management, and the role of rehabilitation.
Lisa Marshall is the Owner and Director of Rehabilitation Services of Specialty Rehabilitation Inc., Newark, DE. She has 27 years of clinical experience, including inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient therapy, acute care, home health and skilled nursing care. She has specialized in Oncology Rehabilitation for the last 20 years and has been lymphedema trained for 18 years. In 2002, she founded Specialty Rehabilitation, Inc., an outpatient therapy clinic focusing on specialized care in: oncology rehabilitation, pelvic floor dysfunction, and lymphedema management. She started her private practice based on specific needs in her community in Newark, Delaware. There were minimal services at that time in oncology, women’s health, and lymphedema therapy. Currently, as owner and director of rehabilitation services, she provides oncology and lymphedema rehabilitation programs with physical and occupational therapy services at the Helen F. Graham Cancer Center and Research Institute at Christiana Care Health Services. She also acts as a consultant for Memorial Sloan Kettering Outpatient Oncology Rehabilitation Services, and CanSurround. Lisa has provided invited lectures and course instruction for the International Lymphedema and Wound Training Institute (ILWTI), AOTA, DOTA, Oncology Nursing Society and various universities and colleges. Her mission is to provide high quality specialized care for people with cancer, pelvic floor dysfunction, and/or lymphedema, pre-habilitation through palliation.
Intermediate education for licensed health care professionals.
Best suited for licensed healthcare professionals who work with individuals with cancer and lymphedema. PT, PTA, OT, COTA, MD, DO, DPM, PA, NP, RN and other healthcare professionals or service providers are welcome.