Exercise Physiology for Cancer
Exercise Physiologists play an integral role in supporting and optimising recovery following cancer diagnosis. Research has shown exercise, both during and after treatments such as chemotherapy, radiation and surgery has significant benefits to recovery. Exercise can increase your strength, reduce your fatigue and help improve your range of motion and function after treatments. It has also been shown to help improve chemotherapy completion rates.
Our Pear Exercise Physiologists have specialised cancer training and experience with lymphedema, cording, PICC lines, portacaths, peripheral neuropathy, post mastectomy rehabilitation and post hysterectomy rehabilitation. We can work with you during and after chemotherapy and radiation treatments.
How our exercise physiologists can help with cancer
Join our 'Pinkmoves' Oncology Rehab class on to connect with others on their road to recovery from cancer.
Work one on one with our Exercise Physiologists to help:
Or you can visit our Remedial Massage Thereapist for a Lymphatic Drainage Massage to help with lymphoedema and fluid retention.
Monday 7am - 8pm
Tuesday 7am - 8pm
Wednesday 7am - 8pm
Thursday 7am - 8pm
Friday 7am - 2pm
Saturday 7am - 2pm
Exercise Physiology | Mon - Sat
Massage Therapy | Mon - Wed, Sat
Physiotherapy | Thursdays
Nutrition Therapy | Fridays