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Oncology Rehabilitation

Our physical, occupational, and speech-language pathology therapists are specialty trained to help those affected by cancer and cancer treatments. We coordinate care before, during, and after surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, or any other treatments you may have.

Individualized rehabilitation

Our rehabilitation program is individualized depending on where you are in your treatment. It is designed to focus on addressing treatment side effects, helping you to maintain your range of motion, strength, activity, energy levels, and independence during treatment, and ensuring you get back to doing what you love.

Specific symptoms we treat are:

  • Lymphedema of the arms, legs, pelvis, trunk, head and neck.
  • Bowel or bladder concerns resulting from prostate, gynecologic, or anorectal surgeries, or sometimes seen with hormonal therapies
  • Pain, tightness, or range of motion impairments from surgery or radiation therapy
  • Cancer related fatigue
  • Dysphagia/swallowing and communication impairments associated with head and neck cancers
  • We support the swallowing process during treatment for potential expeditious removal of feeding tubes post-radiation, if appropriate to return to oral nutrition
  • Soft tissue tightness, fibrosis resulting from radiation