Educational Seminar, Geneva, NY: Lymphedema, Reducing Risks & Managing Symptoms

Educational seminar in Geneva NY on lymphedema


Join us for an evening educational seminar!
Lymphedema: Reducing Risks & Managing Symptoms


Thursday, June 8, 2017 at 6:30pm


Geneva Public Library
244 Main Street
Geneva, NY

You can download a flyer for this event by clicking here.

This event is free and open to the public. Registration for the event is not required. 

This event is closed to the press to protect the privacy of attendees; however, press inquiries are welcome and can be directed to the Coalition’s Tracy Brown at

About This Presentation

Do you struggle with symptoms of lymphedema? It’s estimated that 5-25% of those who have surgery for breast cancer will develop some degree of lymphedema. How is lymphedema diagnosed? Can it be prevented? Can it be managed? What occupational and physical therapy treatment options are available?

Join us for an evening educational seminar to learn answers to these questions and more. Angela Kiklowicz, an Occupational Therapist from UR Medicine – Thompson Health, will be our guest speaker.

Questions about this educational seminar? Please call Tracy Brown, Regional Outreach Director for the Breast Cancer Coalition of Rochester, at 585-473-8177  or email

About Angela Kiklowicz, OT, CLT, LMT

Angela KiklowiczAngela Kiklowicz has been an Occupational Therapist for 17 years. For the past 12 years, she has been employed at Thompson Health. She has treated patients ranging from infants to the elderly, and has experience working with patients in the hospital setting, short term rehab, and outpatient.

Angela completed her Bachelors of Science in Occupational Therapy at Keuka College in January 2000 before becoming a licensed massage therapist in August 2005. In February 2006, Angela completed her lymphedema certification at The Academy of Lymphatic Studies. She has exclusively treated lymphedema since 2010.

Our Co-Sponsor for this Educational Seminar

Thank you for your support!

Senator Pamela Helming
New York State 54th Senate District (website)

Assemblyman Brian M. Kolb
New York State 131st Assembly District (website)



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  1. Mary Federation says:

    Can anyone attend?

    • Hi Mary – yes!

      Our evening seminars are designed to address questions / issues / concerns that are important to breast cancer and gynecologic cancer survivors, but our seminars are also open to the public. Survivors, their family members and friends, health care professionals, etc. – all are welcome!

      (Do note, this event is closed to the press to protect the privacy of attendees.)