After your cancer diagnosis, your first thought is “just fight the cancer.” Then after starting treatment, you realize that it’s more than the cancer you’re battling; you are also working to maintain your quality of life. Cancer treatments such as chemo, radiation and surgery cause their own challenges.
If you answer “yes” to one of the questions below, you might benefit from Woman’s new rehabilitation program during or after your cancer treatment.
- I struggle with weakness and balance while walking or standing.
- I manage pain and fatigue daily.
- I suffer with red or painful swelling (lymphadema).
- I have trouble focusing and concentrating.
- I have issues with swallowing and speech.
Is cancer rehab right for you?
Woman’s cancer rehab program is a customized exercise, therapy, nutrition, emotional and wellbeing program. This recognized program helps cancer patients improve their quality of life by:
- Increasing emotional and physical strength
- Reducing pain
- Boosting the immune system
At what stage of cancer diagnosis can I start?
Woman’s program is open to everyone, no matter the prognosis, cancer stage or phase of recovery. Woman’s can help whether you are a…
- Patient who is newly diagnosed and wants to increase your strength and endurance
- Survivor living with cancer as a chronic disease who wants help managing treatment-related conditions
- Survivor who is cured or in remission and wants to boost your immune systems so that you can heal as well as possible
What do others have to stay about the cancer rehab program?
“My quality of life, I would say, is 100% better. The program has helped me literally move on and not worry about the cancer. This program has helped me get my life back.” – Ovarian cancer patient
Check out these video testimonials here.
Yes, you can you afford Woman’s Cancer Rehab!
Most insurances, including Medicare, cover this type of therapy with a physician’s referral. Call us at 225-924-8311 or visit womans.org/cancercare and we will help get the referral, or ask your doctor to send you to Woman’s Cancer Rehab.