About Cancer and Oncology Rehabilitation

Deconditioning is not uncommon during and after a cancer diagnosis. A one size treatment plan doesn’t fit all. Everyone’s cancer is different and everyone’s body reacts in a different ways, which is why an individualised rehabilitation plan is important.
Cancer rehabilitation and exercise can reduce side effects of the disease and debilitating cancer treatments, and can improve functional ability, quality of life and ultimately, survival.
We understand that while surviving cancer can be difficult, recovery can also become difficult if your body is deconditioned. We know some clients can find it difficult to complete certain exercise programs due to pain or fatigue levels. It is not uncommon to need regular rest breaks or exercise modifications on your road to recovery. Therefore, it is recommended you listen to your body and find a way you can keep moving and being active in any way possible to optimise your recovery.
Exercise is a safe and effective evidence-based intervention to counter the adverse effects of cancer and its treatment.
* Improve the effectiveness of chemotherapy and other cancer treatment, as well as minimising the side effects of these treatments
* Improve muscle and bone strength
* Lower your risk of cancer recurrence
* Improve your energy levels, mood and posture
* Improve your sleep
* Improve your quality of life

Physiotherapy Exercise Rehabilitation with Kate Jones

Kate Jones is a qualified PINC & STEEL Cancer rehabilitation Physio and can assist you with creating a rehabilitation program made for you.
* Hydrotherapy (if no risk of infection)
* Stretches
* Use of our reformer machines
* Pilates based gentle exercises
* Resistance bands
* Walking or Cardiovascular exercises
* Physiotherapy hands on treatment

Hands on Myotherapy treatments with Kaleisha King

* Myotherapy hands on treatment
* Reduce stiffness
* Manual Lymphatic Drainage 
* Treatment for headaches
* Treatment for chronic pain
* Post surgical recovery
* Scar management
* & much more