6 Mobility Exercises: Where to Start After Breast Cancer Surgery

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HIT PLAY BELOW AND WATCH THE VIDEO https://youtu.be/gYP7Xev2wtU Mobility Exercises for Shoulder Pain Post surgery, breast cancer patients need to start with mobility exercises as soon their surgeon provides their consent. Movement is vital because improved mobility helps to: decrease pain decrease swelling improve range of motion reduce lymphedema risk return to daily activities   THE […]

Proper Breathwork Improves Movement Therapy


Breathwork to Improve Movement Therapy Breathwork to Improve Quality of Life for Breast Cancer Patients Mobility Exercise and range of motion work are important factors as part of cancer therapy. But breathwork is also a key component to healing and needs to be incorporated not just to assist with mobility in the rib cage but […]

Where to Start with Breast Cancer Rehab

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SHARE ON SOCIAL! Share on facebook Share on pinterest Share on twitter Share on linkedin I’m sharing three Level One Breast Cancer Rehab exercises that can help with movement right after surgery. These strategies are from Your Next Move Group Coaching Program, my online Breast Cancer Rehab program that promotes your best potential with movement […]

Exercise Benefits for Breast Cancer Patients Make Chemo Work Harder

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SHARE ON SOCIAL! Share on facebook Share on pinterest Share on twitter Share on linkedin Exercise Benefits Include Helping Chemo Work Better for Cancer Patients Keri Schadler, from MD Anderson has been studying ways to improve the effectiveness of chemotherapy for cancer patients. One of the biggest issues with chemotherapy is actually getting it delivered […]

Patients Who Don’t Ask for Help May Still Need It

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Facebook Instagram Twitter Linkedin It was my son who pointed out this statement to me.  The kids who need the most love will ask for it in the most unloving ways. We were on our way out of the hospital and he stopped to look at a bulletin board with what looked liked hundreds of […]

New FDA approved Treatment Option For Breast Cancer

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Facebook Pinterest Twitter Instagram Linkedin There has been some fantastic news released by the FDA.  With Phase three trials showing positive findings the FDA has approved the first immunotherapy drug utilized in combination with chemotherapy.  This new treatment brings an alternative option for triple negative breast cancer patients. Triple Negative Breast Cancer Triple negative breast […]

Mastectomy Recovery: Six Factors That Influence Your Recovery

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Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on pinterest The more patients I meet, the more it proves to me that each woman’s experience after their mastectomy is unique and no two roads to recovery are the same.  I know, I know.  Everyone’s unique.  But the healing process from breast cancer surgery brings up a […]

The Link Between Rehab and Mental Health for Breast Cancer Patients

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Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on pinterest Share on linkedin It’s can be extremely frustrating when things just don’t go the way you want them to.  It’s especially true with things we’re trying to do for ourselves.  Like trying to learn a new computer program, making dinner with a new recipe, or fixing […]

There’s a Hurdle for some Breast Cancer Patients with Exercise

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Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on pinterest There’s a Hurdle for some Breast Cancer Patients on the Road to Exercise I think everyone should exercise – I really do!  Not only because of the health benefits but because I know how great it can make you feel.  To me, one of the best […]

Really??? Back pain after breast cancer?

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You’ve fought the big battle, been through all the treatment, and even though you didn’t know where you’d find the energy, you’ve been pushing forward toward a more active lifestyle. It’s been tough, but you’re seeing the results and even starting to do some of your ‘regular’ activities.   But wait!  Ouch!  What’s that pain? Yep, […]