Articles and Press Releases
Posted on March 21, 2020
March is Lymphoedema Awareness Month. Thanks to Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) for the chance for me (Linda Khong together with Christine Smith) to share some updates in APA InMotion with Lymphoedema: Potential for Change. Cancer-related lymphoedema only contributes to a small percentage of lymphoedema/chronic oedema cases worldwide. So what are the risk factors to chronic oedema or lymphoedema?
Introduction: Evidence has identified the cause and development of lymphoedema as a result of cancer treatment. In reality, cancer-related lymphoedema only contributes to a small percentage of lymphoedema cases worldwide. Improving awareness and an understanding of other chronic oedemas will contribute to improving outcomes for these patients. The information presented
in this article and the skills of physiotherapists can offer potential change for patients who consider their chronic oedemas as something they have to live with. If you prefer, download the PDF article with the reference list.
Posted on August 12, 2016
ANYBODY who has travelled to Bali knows the fear of catching Bali Belly.
Notre Dame’s Linda Khong and a team of fellow PhD candidates used this fear at the Australian-French 24-hour Entrepreneurship Challenge recently, inspiring them to create a business model mobile app, in just one day, which would help travellers avoid diarrhoea while on holiday.
Posted on July 27, 2016
Posted on August 24, 2012
Posted on December 1, 2011
I attended the five-day International Klose-Foeldi Advanced Lymphoedema Review/Refresher course held in Hinterzarten, Germany in July.
Posted on July 2, 2011
Posted on July 2, 2010
Posted on March 13, 2012