Angela Wicker-Ramos PT, DPT, CLT- LANA is the owner, certified lymphedema therapist, andoncology physical therapist for Cancer Rehab Austin.
Angela has received the following degrees and certifications:
- Doctorate of physical therapy from The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
- Master's of physical therapy from The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
- Bachelor's of science in kinesiology from The University of Texas at Austin.
- Bachelor's of science in allied health sciences from The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
- Academy of Lymphatic Studies (ACOLS) certified lymphedema therapist.
- Lymphology Association of North America(LANA) certified lymphedema therapist.
- Survivorship training and rehabilitation (STAR) program from 2012–2015
- Physiological Oncology Rehabilitation Institute (PORi) oncology rehab certification.
- Training through the APTA on Women's Health and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
Since 2008 her specialty areas have focused on oncology rehabilitation and lymphedema treatment. She has developed several successful outpatient oncology and lymphedema programs at different locations/clinics including:
- Lovelace Women’s Hospital
- Sullivan Physical Therapy
- Seton Medical Center Austin
- Seton Breast Care Center
Angela participates in community and national presentations/educational events including:
- Local support group presentations
- Breast Cancer Resource Center
- Cancer Support Community of Central Texas
- Livestrong at the YMCA
- Art Bra Austin (link to her art bra)
She has also been interviewed regarding oncology rehabilitation and lymphedema for the following:
- The Stupid Cancer (link to the recorded show)
- The Dr. Carol Show
- Pelvic Zen Blog Radio
- Beyond the Boobie Trap (link to the recorded show)
- Seton Healthline (link to the recorded show)
Angela has been a frequent guest speaker at Austin Community College’s Moving Beyond Cancer educational events, and has presented on women's health to the faculty at Texas State University. She was a member of the Seton oncology work team (one of Seton rehab’s special interest groups) and continues to contribute to the Multidisciplinary Cancer Conferences hosted by the Cancer Care Collaborative of Seton. She has been a member of the National Lymphedema Network (NLN) since 2008.