Oncology rehabilitation services, including physical, occupational, speech, & lymphedema therapy.
Fighting cancer takes a huge toll on your body. Up to 90 percent of individuals with cancer experience painful, function-limiting consequences brought on by chemotherapy, radiation, and/or surgery. Cancer rehabilitation can help you prepare for treatment and maintain strength throughout your journey so you can get back to the things you care about most.
Cancer rehabilitation services may include:
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech-Language Pathology
- Lymphedema Therapy
Cancer rehabilitation therapists receive extensive training in oncology rehabilitation and understand the unique challenges people face while undergoing cancer treatment. They are compassionate clinicians who specialize in cancer rehabilitation because they want to help people thrive, not just survive. Whether it’s returning to the dance floor or going fishing again, their objective is to help you regain strength and function to achieve your goals.
Working with a specialized cancer rehabilitation therapist can help you:
- Decrease pain and fatigue
- Improve balance and mobility
- Build strength and endurance
- Enhance memory and concentration
- Improve bowel, bladder, and sexual function
- Reduce numbness and tingling
- Manage persistent swelling and other side effects
- Continue to engage in important daily activities and roles
How to Get Started:
Your team at The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders can assist you in finding a cancer rehabilitation specialist near you. We partner with excellent providers throughout Texas and can provide the necessary referrals and can guide you on how to schedule your first visit.