Integrative Approaches to Caring for Lymphedema


Lymphedema is a painful chronic condition known for causing swelling in the arms, legs and upper body. In recent years, research has been underway at MSK to explore the safe use of integrative therapies, specifically acupuncture and massage, for controlling swelling and other signs of lymphedema. This program will highlight how patients affected by lymphedema, who have completed physical therapy, can include integrative treatments into their care plan to improve daily functioning. A review of the latest research will be presented followed by a question and answer session. 


This program is for people who have been treated for cancer. No observers, please, without prior approval.

Date & Time(s)


Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Zuckerman Research Center
417 East 68th Street
Room ZRC-105
New York, NY 10065


Registration Details

Please call 646-888-8106 or email


Paige Mullins, LMT, CDT, Integrative Medicine Service