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My name is Kylie Bradley and I’m here to support you to manage your lymphatic health

Hi! My name is Kylie Bradley, and I’m passionate about helping people with lymphatic issues to manage their condition. Why? Well, I can relate to your journey because I’ve been there.

In my late 20’s, I was suddenly diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. My treatment included chemotherapy & radiotherapy, but luckily no surgical intervention was required. At the time, I was never told about the risks of developing lymphoedema. I also had no idea about how nutrition and self-care would need to become a part of my daily life… for the rest of my life!

During my cancer treatment, I was re-introduced to massage, and the healing benefits it provides. This put me on a career changing path that led me to become a remedial massage therapist… and a bit of a lymphatic’s “nerd”!
Leaving the hospitality industry in 2008, I set up my first remedial massage practice – Hand2body Massage Therapy – helping a range of people including those with lymphatic issues. Starting my own diet overhaul led me to further study in clinical nutrition and health coaching, so I could holistically help other people on their road to recovery.

I have been assisting people post-cancer and with lymphatic issues for over 13 years. If you’re ready to make the necessary changes to manage your health & wellbeing, I would love to chat with you about how I can assist you to develop a healthy routine that is sustainable and suitable for YOU!

Kylie’s Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Health Science (Nutritional Medicine & Dietetics)
  • Accredited Lymphoedema Practitioner (Casley-Smith method)
  • Certified Health Coach
  • Diploma of Remedial Massage

Kylie’s Professional Memberships:

  • Vice President – Lymphoedema Association of South Australia (LASA)
  • Massage & Myotherapy Australia
  • Australian Traditional Medicine Society (ATMS)
  • Australasian Lymphology Association

Kirsty Kirkland - Physiotherapist

Kirsty has over 20 years of experience in both hospital and community settings as a Physiotherapist. She has worked in a number of different countries and across all age ranges. This experience has given her a strong knowledge base and reinforced her goal of supporting clients to have the best quality of life possible.

In order to provide the specific skills needed to manage these complex health conditions Kirsty has completed cancer rehabilitation training through PINC & STEEL International, and Decongestive Lymphatic Therapy training accredited by the Australian Lymphology Association.

When not working with Lymph Movement Studio, Kirsty works in her own private practice – Flourish Therapy Adelaide – providing home-based and mobile services.

Kirsty’s Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy – University of Otago (1999)
  • Post Graduate Certificate in Rehabilitation – University of Melbourne (2018)
  • Decongestive Lymphatic Therapy – Australian Lymphology Association Accredited
  • Certified Cancer Rehabilitation Therapy – PINC & STEEL International
  • Women’s Health Physiotherapy (WHTA) Entry Level
  • Scar Therapy Certificate