More people are surviving cancer than ever before, but it can still impact many aspects of your life. CHI St Alexius Health hosts a variety of programs to help cancer survivors, caregivers, and family, manage the different challenges cancer presents. The sessions are meant to support patients and loved ones whether they are going through active treatment, in surveillance, or grieving the loss of a loved one to cancer. All classes are free and are held from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. in the CHI St. Alexius Health Boniface Auditorium (enter through the east patient entrance) unless otherwise noted.
December 13 from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Lymphedema, what is it?
Stephen Guy, Physical Therapist
Stephen will talk about the signs and symptoms of lymphedema and how it is treated.
To RSVP to any of the events or to ask questions, please call:
Cancer Program Coordinator
About the Presenter
Stephen has been a physical therapist at the Human Performance Center (HPC) at CHI St. Alexius Health for the last 4 years. He received his doctorate in physical therapy from the University of Mary in 2015. Stephen treats a wide range of patients from low back pain to lymphedema. He was recently certified in lymphedema therapy from Klose Training.