Our oncology rehabilitation program starts with prehabilitation and includes physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech language pathologists, nurses, nutritionists, and social workers, who focus on improving quality of life for cancer survivors.
Our nurse navigator is here to help patients access multidisciplinary treatment, communicate with primary care doctors and specialists, and translate and interpret complex care plans.
Our therapy can help improve:
Cancer prehabilitation is an opportunity to decrease treatment-related morbidity, increase cancer treatment options, and improve physical and psychological health outcomes. It establishes a baseline functional level and provides targeted interventions that ultimately improve your patient’s health and reduce the severity of current and future impairments.
Our goal is to minimize the side effects of cancer treatment and support cancer survivors and help them maintain quality of life.
A specially trained oncology rehabilitation nurse navigator will coordinate a personalized plan of care with medical, surgical and radiation oncologists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech language pathologists, social workers and nutritionists communicate back to you, the referring physician. A cancer rehabilitation plan will be developed based on individualized goals and focus on increasing strength and energy while managing pain and improving your patients quality of life.<< Take me home