Oncology (Cancer) Rehabilitation

Cancer rehabilitation helps a person with the best physical, social, psychological and work-related functioning during and after cancer treatment. The goal of rehabilitation is to help a person regain control over many aspects of their lives and remain as independent and productive as possible. Rehabilitation can be valuable to anyone with cancer and those recovering from cancer treatment.

How Oncology (Cancer) rehabilitation can help?

  • Rehabilitation can improve the quality of life for people with cancer and their families
  • Improving physical strength to help offset any limitations from cancer and cancer treatment
  • Helping the person with cancer become more independent and less reliant on caregivers
  • Helping the person with cancer adjust to actual, perceived, and potential losses due to cancer
    and cancer treatment
  • Reducing sleep problems
  • Lowering the number of hospitalizations