Breast

Testimonials appertaining to the treatment and maintenance of Lymphoedema of the Breast with DEEP OSCILLATION® including self management

PhysioPod 'A fantastic breakthrough for lymphoedema patients to manage the MLD themselves with this aid" - Positive Patient feedback continues to come in for self management of Primary and Secondary Lymphoedema with the DEEP OSCILLATION Personal with bespoke card.

PhysioPod 'A fantastic breakthrough for lymphoedema patients to manage the MLD themselves with this aid" - Positive Patient feedback continues to come in for self management of Primary and Secondary Lymphoedema with the DEEP OSCILLATION Personal with bespoke card.

Lymphoedema of the breast-pauline - Pauline was introduced to DEEP OSCILLATION by her MLD Therapist and was impressed with the results being acheived. She made the decision to buy once she knew how easy the DEEP OSCILLATION® Personal SPORTS was to use...

Regina Dengler reports patient feedback of treatment with DEEP OSCILLATION® for painful breast oedema following breast cancer treatment - Naomi was diagnosed with lobular breast cancer in December 2012 and had a lumpectomy in January 2013. As the cancer had spread to her lymph nodes she had 6 sessions of FEC-T chemotherapy, followed by removal of the lymph nodes and a course of radiotherapy. Her breast remained swollen throughout the year but it was after radiotherapy that she started to experience the oedema at its worst. ..

Three years on, lady living with breast cancer related lymphoedema (BCRL) provides feedback on self management with DEEP OSCILLATION® - After attending an LSN patient meeting at the Royal Marsden Hospital in 2015, where Deep Oscillation was presented, the patient has now written to PhysioPod to confirm results, her daily routine with the device and the convenience of taking the unit abroad to help manage her condition.


  • DEEP OSCILLATION®, developed by PHYSIOMED ELEKTROMEDIZIN AG in Germany is an internationally patented therapeutic design which utilizes the forces of pulsed electrostatic attraction and friction to provoke oscillations, which act deeply on the tissues of the body from the epidermis down through the conjunctive and adipose layers and into the muscles. Hernandez Tapanes et al (2010) were able to prove, by diagnostic ultrasound, penetration of the oscillations up to an 8cm depth (see diagram).