Delivering Advanced Lymphedema Treatment

More than 4 million Americans suffer from lymphedema, a chronic condition that causes abnormal and painful swelling in certain areas of the body, such as the arms and legs. Lymphedema can have debilitating effects on a person’s quality of life, but our team at the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Center offers innovative treatment that minimizes — or completely eliminates — the symptoms of this condition.

Our specially trained surgeons have mastered a unique procedure that involves the harvesting and transferring of healthy lymph nodes and vessels from an unaffected part of the body to the areas that need treatment. Following the procedure, patients typically experience an overall decrease or complete resolution of lymphedema symptoms.

Treatment for Lymphedema at UF Health Cancer Center – Orlando Health

Watch Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons Dr. Richard Klein, Dr. Kenneth Lee and Dr. Jeffrey Feiner explain how cutting-edge surgical procedures at the UF Health Cancer Center – Orlando Health are helping to treat this condition.

Please complete the form on the right to download additional information, or call 321.843.7771 to schedule an appointment.


Lymphedema can cause a variety of symptoms ranging from pain and swelling to restricted range of motion.

If you are unsure whether your symptoms are related to this condition, please fill out the following form to download our Guide to Lymphedema and get more information about its causes, symptoms and available treatment options.

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