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Space Coast Lymphedema Clinic

SCLC Team Members, November 2020

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Destiny Braudrick, Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA/L, CLT)
Destiny has worked as a COTA since October 2017. She got involved in lymphedema therapy because of her Dad's successful battle with cancer in 2016.  He went through lymphedema treatments and she saw how much it changed his life and she wanted to be able to achieve the same thing in her patients’ lives. Since working with the clinic, she has found her purpose in the therapy field and loves her career and knowing that she makes a difference in her patient's lives. Her passion is helping other as well as, traveling and singing loudly in the car. She enjoys spending time with her Husband and their puppy Rocko, and their family!

Marcia Jeddrie, ​Occupational Therapist Registered and Licensed (OTR/L CLT), Massage Therapist (MT) 

Marcia earned her certificate from Academy of Lymphatic Studies in 2006. She has worked in various settings treating lymphedema patients. Marcia has certifications for fitting Juzo, Jobst, Circaid, Solaris and Jovi garments. She has a passion for wellness and helping others. She enjoys time with her family and friends, running and traveling.

Rosanne Bessenaire, Physical Therapist (MSPT), Certified Lymphedema Therapist (CLT)
Rosanne is Lymphology Association of North America (LANA) certified has been treating patients with lymphedema in Brevard County since she earned her certificate from Academy of Lymphatic Studies in 2001. She is a certified fitter for Juzo, Jobst, Circaid, Solaris and Jovi (compression garment companies). She is a member of LANA and the American Physical Therapy Association. Her hobbies include family, friends, the beach and running.

Donna Hueppchen, (Admin)
Donna moved to Florida from Wisconsin in October 2016 and joined the SCLC team in January 2017. She brings over 20+ years of Office and Customer Service management skills to our office.  Donna loves to travel and snuggle with her French Bulldog, Kobe.

Kimberly Bernard, Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA/L, CLT)
Kimberly became a certified Occupational Therapy Assistant in April of 2017 and went on to become certified as a lymphatic therapist in January of 2018.  She first became interested in working with lymphedema because of her grandma who was diagnosed 15 years ago after a brief but successful battle with cancer. Since working with the clinic, Kimberly feels she's really helped change so many lives for the better and truly feels she's found her niche in the therapy world.

Ann Rehm, (Admin)
Ann moved to Florida in 2012 from upstate N.Y. She has worked for medical Drs. for over 29 years, and truly loves meeting and helping people. She enjoys walking, swimming and gardening. Her Grandchildren are the loves of my life!

Samantha Sordyl, Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA/L, CLT)

Samantha graduated as a Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant in April 2017 and received her Bachelors of Science in Health Sciences being rewarded as Valedictorian of her class in March 2018. Samantha became a certified lymphedema therapist in January of 2018.  Samantha has a love for people and learning. If you don’t find her with her nose in a book she is most likely found outdoors with her family, husband and two beautiful children.

Alex Marston, ​Occupational Therapist Registered and Licensed (OTR/L CLT)

Alex has been serving others as an Occupational Therapist since 2016, when she graduated from University of Florida. She has worked in various settings, until moving back to her hometown of Melbourne where she started working at SCLC as an OT/CLT in 2020. Alex loves being part of the SCLC team, and she thoroughly enjoys helping others and hearing peoples’ stories. In her spare time, she likes going on adventures with her husband, spending days at the beach, and gardening!

Kathy Matalone, (Admin) Not Pictured
Kathy is a breast cancer survivor and was referred to SCLC with Lymphedema in her arm. She enjoyed coming to the clinic and the therapy she received at SCLC so much that she decided to put her 20 years of medical practice management to good use. Kathy enjoys talking with the patients and sharing her experience at SCLC with them.