If you have just been diagnosed with cancer or you are already in therapy, call the Therapy Network. You do not need a physician’s referral to schedule an appointment.
A therapy specialist will create a comprehensive plan to assist with pain relief and building strength. Your plan may include the following:
If you live in Hampton, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, or Chesapeake, Virginia, there is a Therapy Network near your neighborhood. We have appointments available today with six locations in coastal Virginia.
Our team of professional physical therapists will work with your oncologist to create a plan to fit your recovery needs.
There is no doubt that chemotherapy and the range of cancer treatments have improved over the past decades. Diagnostics and therapies are saving lives. The negative of current cancer therapies includes the onset of a new list of physical and mental conditions. Here is a list of symptoms and conditions that cancer therapy patients face:
As you face cancer therapy and look forward to recovery, physical therapy helps your return to a normal lifestyle.
Those going through cancer therapy often face fatigue. It is the number one symptom of chemotherapy. Often, fatigue leads to a reduction in strength and overall mood. Physical therapy helps patients manage the side effects of treatment as it decreases fatigue and re-build strength. Here are some of the benefits of physical therapy for oncology patients: