Mark Pearson

MLD Therapist & Paediatric and Primary Lymphoedema Clinic Coordinator

Clinical Interests:

Mark’s interest in lymphoedema started with a breast cancer patient at a local hospice, combining working in end-of-life care and lymphoedema, which still remain a passion today.

Paediatric and transition patients present a welcome challenge to the workload and one that never fails to enrich Mark’s development as a therapist.

Surgical intervention for lymphoedema and lipoedema have exposed a different clinical skill set with a unique approach.

Professional Profile:

  • Trained as an MLD therapist in 1999 and qualified with the Vodder School
  • Worked in a local hospice for several years working with end of life (children and adults)
  • Started at St George’s in 2009 as MLD Therapist and progressed to current role working alongside consultant-led clinics and leading the MLD Therapists
  • Current private practice based in Kent

Areas of Expertise:

Management of:

  • Paediatric lymphoedema
  • Genital lymphoedema
  • Mid-line swelling (including bariatric patients)
  • Lipoedema
  • Multi-layer lymphoedema bandaging
  • Pre and post-operative liposuction/plastic surgery
  • End of life care

Main NHS base:

St George’s University Foundation Hospital, Blackshaw Road, London SW17 0QT

Private Practice base:

Alongside Ms Catherine Milroy at The New Victoria Hospital, 184 Coombe Lane West, Kingston-Upon-Thames, KT2 7EG

Mark Pearson

MLD Therapist & Paediatric and Primary Lymphoedema Clinic Coordinator

Clinical Interests:

Mark’s interest in lymphoedema started with a breast cancer patient at a local hospice, combining working in end-of-life care and lymphoedema, which still remain a passion today.

Paediatric and transition patients present a welcome challenge to the workload and one that never fails to enrich Mark’s development as a therapist.

Surgical intervention for lymphoedema and lipoedema have exposed a different clinical skill set with a unique approach.

Professional Profile:

  • Trained as an MLD therapist in 1999 and qualified with the Vodder School
  • Worked in a local hospice for several years working with end of life (children and adults)
  • Started at St George’s in 2009 as MLD Therapist and progressed to current role working alongside consultant-led clinics and leading the MLD Therapists
  • Current private practice based in Kent

Areas of Expertise:

Management of:

  • Paediatric lymphoedema
  • Genital lymphoedema
  • Mid-line swelling (including bariatric patients)
  • Lipoedema
  • Multi-layer lymphoedema bandaging
  • Pre and post-operative liposuction/plastic surgery
  • End of life care

Main NHS base:

St George’s University Foundation Hospital, Blackshaw Road, London SW17 0QT

Private Practice base:

Alongside Ms Catherine Milroy at The New Victoria Hospital, 184 Coombe Lane West, Kingston-Upon-Thames, KT2 7EG

Contact Details

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