Please join us for a special fundraising webinar on June 20 to fight cancer . . . .

Neuromusculoskeletal Treatment Considerations for Breast Cancer Survivors


Speaker:  Dr. Marisa Perdomo, PT, DPT, MS, CCES

Date/Time:  Wednesday, June 20 from 12 – 1:30 pm EST/9 – 10:30 am PST

Registration for Donation:  This is a fundraising event for the Tri-for-a-Cure.  All money raised benefits the Maine Cancer Foundation.

Why Register?   This webinar is targeted at the orthopaedic physical therapist and other health care providers who treat breast cancer survivors for the pain, dysfunction and disabilities that sometimes occur soon or long after breast cancer surgery and radiation.  Dr. Perdomo’s lecture at the AAOMPT Annual Conference in 2010 probably saved my life!  Read my story below, then register for this unique opportunity to hear a PT oncology expert and help fight against cancer at the same time!


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The webinar is free with your donation to the Tri-for-a-Cure (suggested minimum donation – $40)

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After you register, you will receive meeting log-in instructions by email.


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Suggested donation: $40

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The Speaker

Marisa Perdomo, PT, DPT, MS, CCES is an Assistant Professor in Clinical Physical Therapy at the University of Southern California and has over 30 years of clinical practice focusing on orthopedic, oncologic and lymphatic dysfunctions. She received her lymphedema training and certification from the Foldi Clinic in Hinterzarten Germany in 1997. Dr. Perdomo also has extensive training in all areas of orthopedic manual therapy via the North American Institute of Manual Therapy. She received her Master’s and Clinical Doctorate degrees at the University of Southern California where she developed a physical therapy practice for cancer survivors at the USC Faculty Practice. Dr. Perdomo integrates manual lymphatic mobilization techniques with her orthopedic manual therapy background and provides a unique intervention protocol for individuals with cancer treatment related impairments, orthopedic and movement disorders as well as those with peripheral edema.

At USC Dr. Perdomo developed the curricular content regarding the management of oncological related impairments that includes evaluation, examination and treatment of peripheral edema. Additional teaching responsibilities include Differential Diagnosis, Cardiopulmonary and Medical Conditions, and Pharmacology. She also serves on the steering committee for the USC Institute of Integrated Health and has developed yoga based physical therapy interventions for individuals recovering from cancer. Her scholarly interests include oncology rehabilitation, and management of peripheral edema. Publications include systematic reviews of outcome measures for survivors of breast cancer and clinical practice guidelines for Upper Quadrant Secondary Lymphedema. She is an active member of the Oncology section of the American Physical Therapy Association and has developed the first APTA sponsored Certification of Peripheral Edema course. She teaches national seminars regarding recovery from cancer related physical impairments and peripheral edema.

Dr. Perdomo is a survivor of both Hodgkin’s lymphoma and breast cancer. Her personal experience with many of the long- term survivor physical impairments and life- long practice of optimizing function in spite of these impairments fuels her passion for creating integrative rehabilitation interventions.

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