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Cancer Treatment Centers

Cancer treatment creates unique challenges for patients, caregivers and families of those who suffer from cancer. Cancer treatment centers and cancer rehab can help patients and their families to meet the everyday challenges that are involved with the diagnosis, treatment and recovery from various types of cancer. Cancer rehab focuses on improving the quality of life and increasing independence for individuals who have recently been diagnosed with cancer or who are recovering from cancer.

Most cancer treatment centers will employ various specialists including physical therapists and occupational therapists that can assist with restoring mobility and function both during and after cancer treatment or diagnosis. Cancer rehab can help patients to prevent lymphedema, fatigue and incontinence following various forms of cancer treatment such as chemotherapy or radiation. Cancer rehab facilities understand the challenges that follow as a result of cancer treatment such as the side effects and difficulties that plague the patient.

Specially trained therapists can assist patients in the recovery process when certain complications arise as a result of cancer surgery or treatment. Cancer rehab for lymphedema, a common lymph drainage that results following breast cancer surgeries, is one of the most commonly treated complications for cancer patients. Cancer rehab can provide the managed care that patients need to restore independence and improve quality of life following cancer treatment.

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