Rehabilitation has many benefits: It can help manage various cancer-related symptoms and side effects such as pain, lymphedema, fatigue and changes in thinking, memory, speech, language, voice quality and mobility.
The Rehabilitation Oncology program consists of a team of rehabilitation specialists including occupational therapists, physiotherapists, a physiatrist and speech and language therapists. Services vary per location, however many services may be accessed through virtual care (e.g. phone, Zoom, Telehealth):
Assessment and treatments are offered in in-person, group settings and virtually (through phone and online platforms like Zoom and Telehealth).
Your doctor will get a written report after your assessment.
For more information, please visit:
Cancer Care Alberta: Rehabilitation Oncology
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Clients with rehabilitation conditions, including lymphedema, caused by cancer and/or cancer treatments.
Examples of, but not limited to, and other rehabilitation conditions such as:
Healthcare providers should consult the Alberta Referral Directory for service referral information.