Presenter Jen Sanderson, Physiotherapist and Lymphoedema specialist
Jen Sanderson APAM, MPhysio(GradEntry), PhD Candidate
Jen is a Physiotherapist and Lymphoedema therapist and is near completion of her PhD using ultrasound to assess lymphoedema tissue composition. Jen has clinical experience in both public health and private practice and currently runs her own Physiotherapy business in Brisbane.
Jen also works as a clinical advisor and educator for Medi-Rent, which is a company that distributes medical devices including compression pumps.
Sequential Intermittent Pneumatic Compression (SIPC) can be utilised safely to treat complicated mixed aetiology where arterial, venous and lymphatic pathologies may also be present. It can be confusing to decide which device and garments to use when.
This session will provide guidance on the decision-making process for compression pump selection in relation to certain clinical presentations. Compression pump use for sports, lymphoedema; lipoedema; vascular insufficiency; and arterial insufficiency will be covered.
This is an advanced session, please review the introductory session prior to viewing if you are unfamiliar with the use of compression pumps.
In this session you will: