Breast cancer-related lymphoedema: Prospective surveillance or prophylactic approach?
Vincent Singh Paramanandam, Australia
He completed his Doctor of Physiology degree at The University of Sydney in 2021. His thesis title was Effectiveness of compression sleeve in preventing breast cancer-related lymphoedema. He has completed MSc in Cancer Care with Distinction from Oxford Brookes University, UK. He has an MSc degree in Psychology and a bachelor's degree in Physiotherapy.
Vincent Singh has 20 years of experience in cancer physiotherapy. He has conducted Lymphoedema certification programs, been an organizing secretary for Cancer Rehabilitation workshops multiple times, Scientific committee member for the CanRehab conference (2017) and taught in the Onco-physiotherapy program at Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai, India.
Management of breast cancer lymphedema: An evidence-based and practical approach
Dr. Linda T. Miller, USA
PT, DPT, CLT, CWT
She served as the founder and clinical director of the Breast Cancer Physical Therapy Center in the Philadelphia area for over 20 years. She has over 300 hours of training in lymphedema management and has been an international student of lymphedema, including training in the UK, Italy, Spain, France, and Australia. In April, 2010, she helped to establish The Breast Cancer Rehabilitation Program at the Sultan Qaboos University Hospital (SQUH), the Sultanate of Oman's leading teaching hospital. She recently returned from the Middle East, where she was again invited to the SQUH to teach an advanced edema management course to an interdisciplinary team of health care providers.
Dr. Miller has also taken her edema management skills into the venue of sports medicine and orthopedics. Internationally recognized, Linda has published several articles and book chapters on post-operative breast cancer rehabilitation and breast cancer lymphedema. She has also trained hundreds of therapists and nurses in her comprehensive approach to edema management.Website