A diagnosis of cancer can prompt many individuals to want to live life to the fullest, yet treatment for cancer can present some roadblocks to doing just that. Physical, speech, or occupational therapy can help you get on with living your best life during and after cancer treatment.
Our cancer rehab therapists can help you with any of the following challenges that may have resulted from your cancer treatment:
- Difficulty swallowing or opening your mouth fully.
- Pelvic pain in men and women.
- Bowel or bladder control.
- Balance problems or vertigo.
- Osteopenia or osteoporosis.
- Abnormal swelling in a limb, neck, face, chest or abdomen (lymphedema).
- Tightness in one or more joints.**
- Tightness in soft tissue (skin, muscle, or connective tissue).**
- Muscle weakness.**
- Fatigue or limited endurance.**
- Numbness in hands or feet causing difficulty with everyday activities or balance.**
We also offer a free, one-time class for those who have undergone breast cancer surgery.
For more information, call 336-315-4760.