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Lymphoedema management post surgery

Lymphoedema management post-surgery plays a crucial role in promoting optimal recovery and reducing the risk of complications. Following surgical procedures that involve the removal or disruption of lymph nodes, such as lymph node dissection or cancer-related surgeries, lymphoedema can occur as a result of impaired lymphatic drainage.


Epidermolysis Bullosa

Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) is a condition characterized by fragile and loose skin. Due to its delicate nature, the skin is susceptible to injuries, leading to the formation of painful blisters. These blisters can pose severe complications if they become infected, potentially resulting in fatality. EB is a hereditary condition that can affect anyone, typically manifesting …


The spinal injury patient

Pressure injuries are incredibly difficult to manage especially within the immobile patient.  Our Paraplegic and Quadroplegic patients also face unique challenges which needs to be addressed.  Dr Francois Theron is part of a multi-disciplinary rehab team and will discuss the challenges of the spinal injury patient.