Cancer Rehabilitation Physiotherapy

At Anatomy Physiotherapy, we understand that cancer rehabilitation is important for before, during and after cancer treatments.

What is Cancer Rehabilitation Physiotherapy

Cancer rehabilitation and exercise can help to reduce cancer treatment side effects.

The sessions we offer are designed to help prevent, manage and improve the side effects from cancer and its treatments. Treatment related side effects can include pain, fatigue, lymphoedema, reduced fitness, reduced strength, restricted range of movement in joints, osteoporosis, nerve injuries, breathing problems, increased weight, changes to heart health etc. Cancer rehabilitation and exercise can help to reduce these side effects. These sessions are designed to suit each patients’ individual abilities and to work towards their goals so that they have a safe plan to follow either in their gym, class or at home.

Cancer Rehab Physiotherapy can help with:

  • Cancer Related Fatigue
  • Pain and stiffness
  • Increasing exercise levels and/or general physical activity
  • Improving ability to do the things you want to do
  • Improving movement, strength, fitness, balance and heart health
  • Helping with body image
  • Getting ready to return to work
  • Return to sport
  • Osteoporosis or osteopenia
  • Weight gain
  • Lymphoedema
  • Post-operative pain and stiffness
  • Brain Fog/ chemo brain
  • Reducing fear of movement
  • Improving continence
Anatomy Physiotherapy | Cancer Rehabilitation Physiotherapy

Cancer Rehabilitation Physiotherapy

At Anatomy Physiotherapy, we understand that cancer rehabilitation is important for before, during and after cancer treatments.

What is Cancer Rehabilitation Physiotherapy

Cancer rehabilitation and exercise can help to reduce cancer treatment side effects.

The sessions we offer are designed to help prevent, manage and improve the side effects from cancer and its treatments. Treatment related side effects can include pain, fatigue, lymphoedema, reduced fitness, reduced strength, restricted range of movement in joints, osteoporosis, nerve injuries, breathing problems, increased weight, changes to heart health etc. Cancer rehabilitation and exercise can help to reduce these side effects. These sessions are designed to suit each patients’ individual abilities and to work towards their goals so that they have a safe plan to follow either in their gym, class or at home.

Cancer Rehab Physiotherapy can help with:

  • Cancer Related Fatigue
  • Pain and stiffness
  • Increasing exercise levels and/or general physical activity
  • Improving ability to do the things you want to do
  • Improving movement, strength, fitness, balance and heart health
  • Helping with body image
  • Getting ready to return to work
  • Return to sport
  • Osteoporosis or osteopenia
  • Weight gain
  • Lymphoedema
  • Post-operative pain and stiffness
  • Brain Fog/ chemo brain
  • Reducing fear of movement
  • Improving continence