Understanding how and why we treat oedema
Getting fit after 50 – how Rolf overcame lymphoedema
The challenges of chronic leg oedema
in partnership with 3M
How to take charge of your leg and foot health – self care, social prescribing and citizen empowerment
Don’t just sit there – how movement can help with lymphoedema and chronic oedema
Get seen and get heard! Help managing your veins and leg ulcers
in partnership with Medtronic
Compression hosiery – challenges, hints and tips
in partnership with Haddenham Healthcare
Getting to grips with compression wraps
in partnership with Essity
The power of compression
in partnership with H&R Healthcare
The right compression matters – simplifying compression selection
in partnership with L&R UK
Going beyond compression therapy – getting an accurate assessment and having the right treatment plan
in partnership with Urgo Medical
Going beyond compression to heal wounds, novel therapies
In partnership with Huntleigh Diagnostics
Look after the skin you’re in!
in partnership with Medi UK
If you’ve been affected by any of the issues raised in our films, the following organisations may be able to provide help and advice.
Samaritans Samaritans are there 24 hours a day, 365 days a year providing emotional support to anyone in emotional distress. Call them free any time, from any phone.
Mind Mind is the UK’s leading mental health charity. They're there to make sure no one has to face a mental health problem alone you can call or text for free anytime.
NHS Choices the official NHS website, which provides vital information and support about leg and foot signs and other symptoms.
Call 111 - for non-emergency medical advice
Find out more on the NHS Choices website
Accelerate We have a clear vision at Accelerate – Our vision is to boldly transform chronic wound and lymphoedema care. And we do this by developing and increasing access to world-class treatments and thinking in chronic wound and lymphoedema care. We're based in East London but can accept national referrals from your GP / specialist to our world-class centre where we pioneer and trial experimental new treatments for chronic wounds, lymphoedema and mobility challenges.
British Heart Foundation The British Heart Foundation were founded in 1961 by a group of medical professionals wanting to fund extra research into the causes, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of heart and circulatory disease. Today they are the nation's heart charity and the largest independent funder of cardiovascular research.
0300 330 3322
Find out more on the British Heart Foundation website
Foot in Diabetes UK Part of Diabetesonthenet.com Foot in Diabetes UK is an organisation dedicated to continuous improvement in the care and management of people with diabetic foot problems.
Lipoedema UK Their focus is to educate doctors, health professionals and the public about Lipoedema and its symptoms, so it may be diagnosed and treated earlier. They believe that with earlier diagnosis and treatment women can prevent developing further complications and manage their Lipoedema.
The Lindsay Leg Club Foundation Promoting and supporting community based treatment, health promotion, education and ongoing care for people who are experiencing leg-related problems - including leg ulcers and other wound care issues.
Find out more on the Lindsay Leg Club Foundation website
Lymphoedema Support Network (LSN) is a national UK charity which provides information and support to people with lymphoedema.
020 7351 0990
Find out more on the Lymphoedema Support Network website
The Society of Vascular Nurses The Society of Vascular Nurses (SVN). The SVN is a professional, membership organisation for vascular nurses throughout the UK who provide optimal care for vascular diseases. Through their culture of sharing, they offer excellence in clinical practice, education, research and professional networking in order to strive for optimal care for patients with vascular disease.
Tissue Viability Society (TVS) aims to provide expertise in wound management to all healthcare professionals.
0845 527 6651
Find out more on the Tissue Viability Society website