Breast Cancer Rehabilitation
Learn to Move Well
SUPPORT FOR BREAST CANCER SURVIVORS
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Top 12 Causes of Cancer Related Fatigue
A lot of my patients tell me returning to work after treatment is a BIG step.
If you’re still working on your shoulder mobility and fatigue has become a daily companion, you may be inclined to look for positions that offer ‘support’ when you’re working.
it’s even more important for breast cancer survivors to avoid contact stress because of lymphedema risk and postural changes from treatment and surgery.
Try out this 3 Step Posture Assessment to check your body alignment and discover possible risk factors with your ergonomic setup.
Back to work?
The Best Stretches For Home Office Workers
Where to Start....
Pain with Walking?
The Breast Cancer Guide to Pain-Free Walking
If you’ve just been diagnosed with cancer, or you’re going through treatment, the thought of exercise can be overwhelming and more than a little scary.
The Exercise Readiness Workbook was developed just for cancer patients and takes you step by step so you can make a safe decision about exercise that’s right for you.
Wondering About Breast Cancer Rehab?
Stay Safe with Exercise
Wondering Where to Start?
Functional Movement Screen
If you know that you should be exercising.
Because you don’t know
where to start
and if you’re really ready to begin.
If you’re ready to start say good-by to fatigue, to start moving without that pulling, and to reach and bend without pain,
let’s get you started EXACTLY where YOU need to begin.