Physical therapy may be able to assist a cancer survivor before, during, or after cancer treatments with education and treating physical impairments, which can lead to an increased quality of life.

  • Increasing active range-of-motion & decreasing Myofascial/SCAR/Connective tissue restriction
  • Increasing strength
  • Increasing endurance to decrease cancer-related fatigue
  • Increasing mobility
  • Decreasing balance issues that may occur from chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy
  • Managing Lymphedema
  • Managing Pelvic Floor Dysfunction (Bladder & bowel dysfunction, as well as sexual dysfunction)