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Early intervention reduces side effects from cancer treatment. We work with you from diagnosis through survivorship and will provide resources and education that can help you understand your cancer. Combined with physical activity, exercise, and the use of adaptive aids, we can help you learn to deal with your cancer treatment for a better recovery.
How rehabilitation helps
The side effects of cancer treatments can impact daily activities. Working closely with specially trained occupational therapists can help lessen the side effects so patients can manage the functional skills needed to improve their quality of life and stay as independent as possible.
Cancer rehabilitation helps with:
Weakness and loss of strength
Range of motion and flexibility issues
Balance issues and fear of falling
Numbness and tingling in hands and feet
Difficulty thinking clearly
Problems with speech
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