Lucie appointed as a Trustee of the British Lymphology Society

A lymphoedema specialist from St Ann’s has been appointed as a Trustee of the British Lymphology Society.

By News Team on January 21, 2020

Lucie Casserley, a Physiotherapist based at our site in Little Hulton, has been a Lymphoedema Specialist for four years and works in our Lymphoedema Team. The British Lymphology Society is a body that provides support for those involved in the care and treatment of people with lymphoedema and related lymphatic disorders.

I am very excited to have the opportunity to get involved in the very valuable work that the BLS does to advance knowledge in the field of lymphology. Improving the expertise and skills of professionals caring for people with lymphoedema is something that I’m very passionate about and I’m looking forward to supporting the BLS in its drive to do this, for example by sharing information about the work that we do at St Ann’s with specialists across Greater Manchester and indeed throughout the UK. The breadth of work that the BLS does is extremely impressive, as well as looking to improve standards of care, it promotes the importance of early access to treatment, early detection and where appropriate screening and prevention. I’m very honoured to have been appointed as a Trustee and am looking forward to helping this highly respected charity to achieve its objectives. Lucie Casserley

As part of the Lymphoedema Team at St Ann’s Lucie provides specialist lymphoedema care across Stockport, parts of Greater Manchester, Bolton and South Cheshire. The team treats anyone with primary, secondary or venous insufficiency associated lymphoedema and patients with both cancer and non-cancer related lymphoedema. In addition, they also treat patients with lipoedema and lipo-lymphoedema and work closely with patients to promote self-care and management of their condition.

To learn more about the work of the British Lymphology Society and Lymphoedema, visit

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