Video: Cancer Rehabilitation
Cancer rehabilitation is really medical care that is designed specifically to help people with cancer recover from treatment so that they can then go on to a general exercise and wellness program. The beauty of the program is not just the evidence-based protocols, but the continuing care of our patients focusing on mind, body and healing.
An entire continuum is what really makes this program - which is supported by medical insurance - successful. It brings people back to light. It gives them hope. It allows them to not only focus on defeating their disease, but getting to a higher quality of life sooner.
The feedback from the program has been incredibly positive. The doctors say they love it because it helps their patients, and the patients echo this sentiment because they're stronger and healthier and can go back to work sooner. As more and more people live longer with cancer, rehabilitation helps them manage what comes along with life-saving treatment.
Learn more about our Cancer Rehabilitation services
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