Dr. DiCecco is an assistant professor in the Department of Physical Therapy. Her clinical experience includes orthopedics, lymphedema, and pelvic dysfunctions in both private practice and hospital settings.
Dr. DiCecco became a woman’s health specialist for pelvic floor disorders in 2000 and a certified lymphedema therapist in 2001. She received her PhD from Texas Woman’s University in the Philosophy of Physical Therapy in 2012. Her research and dissertation was on treatment techniques for females with genital lymphedema with or without lower extremity involvement.
Dr. DiCecco completed her Lymphology Association of North America (LANA) certification in 2013 and her training as a Casley-Smith International certified instructor in 2016.
Dr. DiCecco's current research focuses on quality of life tools for persons with lymphedema and the efficacy of treatment techniques involving edema reduction in both the orthopedic and lymphedema patient populations.
Mitchell, K., Gleeson, P., DiCecco, S. Assessing Quality of Life for Females with Upper Extremity Lymphedema. JOWH. 2009;33(2):13-19.
DiCecco, S. Chapter contributor in the book. "The Puzzle" An Inside Glimpse of Lymphedema". Booklogix Publishing Service, Inc. Alpharetta, GA 2011.
Smith, S., Barlett, W., Gleeson, P., Mitchell, K. Quality of Life Tools and Their Relevance for Females with Genital Lymphedema. JOWH. 2008;32(3):13-19.
DiCecco, S. LymphEd's CLT Certification Course, Casley-Smith Method, Atlanta, 2018.
DiCecco, S. Swell Your Knowledge: How to Address Orthopedic Edema. Physical Therapy Association of Georgia's IMPACT Annual Meeting, Athens, GA. 2018.