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If you’ve been diagnosed with Lymphedema or Chronic Venous Insufficiency, it’s important to take extra good care of your skin.

Myth-Busting Lymphoedema

There are so many different sources of information on Lymphedema it can be difficult to sort the myths from reality.

Myth-Busting CVI

Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI) is a condition that occurs when the veins or valves in the legs aren’t working properly.

Top Tips Lymphoedema

Sometimes, living with Lymphedema can feel like an uphill struggle and you won’t always be able to stick 100% to the plan given by your care provider.

Exercise for Lymphoedema

Gentle activity, such as stretching, strength or aerobic exercise can be beneficial for people living with Lymphedema as it helps to move fluid through the lymphatic system.

Exercise for CVI

Chronic Venous Insufficiency happens when blood isn’t pumped effectively from the legs back to the heart, as a result of veins or valves not working properly. That’s why exercise is so important.

Eating Well

We know that eating a balanced diet and maintaining a healthy weight can help to manage your Lymphedema symptoms.


Living with Lymphedema is a mental journey from the moment you’re diagnosed. You might feel overwhelmed, confused, angry, depressed – it can be a rollercoaster of emotions – and compression can only treat the physical aspects of your condition.

5 Amazing Facts About ReadyWrap®

How much do you know about ReadyWrap? These adjustable compression garments are ideal for patients with venous and lymphatic disease, making it easy to achieve clinically effective compression at home.

Top 3 reasons to love Rosidal®K

If you’re living with venous ulceration, with or without swelling, it can really take its toll on your mobility, confidence and self-esteem. Rosidal K is an easy-to-apply compression bandage that can be used, with padding, to help reduce chronic…