Cancer and its treatment may cause a variety of conditions ranging from reduced mobility, fatigue and impaired balance, to lymphedema, amputation challenges, wounds and swallowing difficulties.

Registered nurse and social work case managers are available to help navigate patients and families through treatment when a rehab program may require numerous services from a multi-disciplinary team.

Our Services

We offer a full spectrum of physical, occupational and speech-language therapy services to support our patients’ health and enhance their quality of life, from the time of diagnosis through cancer treatment and survivorship. Depending on the cancer type, stage and location, rehabilitation may be needed before, during or after treatment.

Occupational Therapy Services

  • ADL (activities of daily living) training
  • Hand therapy
  • Orthotic/splint fabrication
  • Adaptive device training
  • Transfer training
  • Energy conservation
  • Seating and environmental adaptations
  • Driving safety evaluation
  • Home assessment/management
  • Vision therapy
  • Functional cognition and compensatory strategies for “chemobrain” and memory improvement

Physical Therapy Services

  • Musculoskeletal evaluation
  • Amputee rehab
  • Foot orthotics
  • Individualized exercise program
  • Myofascial release
  • Balance/coordination
  • Falls prevention
  • Energy conservation
  • Neurological rehab
  • Lymphedema management
  • Pelvic floor strengthening
  • Work conditioning/hardening
  • Osteoporosis program
  • Vestibular rehab

Speech-language Pathology Services

  • Oral and sensory evaluation
  • Voice analysis
  • Swallowing evaluation
  • Speech evaluation
  • Videofluoroscopic studies
  • Oral motor exercises
  • Swallow exercises
  • Diet modification recommendations
  • VitalStim® therapy
  • Oral and vocal hygiene
  • Dry mouth management
  • Jaw tightness management
  • Augmentative communication
  • Laryngectomy rehab
  • Voice rehab
Our services are physician directed and require a doctor’s prescription to begin evaluation and treatment.
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