Interview: Barbara Feltman, DHS, PT, CLT-LANA, ATI Physical Therapy
Physical therapist, Indianapolis
People who have had lymph nodes removed, as a treatment for breast cancer or other reasons, can develop a painful swelling condition known as lymphedema.
To make things worse, it often begins after a treatment for the underlying disease is complete, just when a patient is expecting to feel better.
Barbara Lewis chats with Barbara Feltman, an Indianapolis-based physical therapist who specializes in treating the symptoms of lymphedema.