Most PTs are scared to work with people who have cancer. But they don't need to be - in fact, today's guest wrote the bible on cancer rehab safety!
The average person doesn't have time to read the 100s of articles coming out each year about cancer rehab. So how are we supposed to keep up with the latest info? Lauren Miller, Cynthia Barbie and Steve Morris, join TheOncoPT podcast today to provide a rundown of what happened last year in cancer rehab oncology research. We discussed both the exciting and disappointing findings with our guests. But more importantly, what those results mean for us and the future of cancer rehab and our patients.
Those treating people with cancer can feel overwhelmed & confused by nutrition for cancer treatment. Many healthcare providers are not trained in nutrition, but nutrition is vital to the health of their patients. It allows them to maintain the strength and function of their bodies. Our guest today is Dr. Krystle Zuniga, a registered and … Continue reading Ep. 158 – How can a registered dietitian help during cancer treatment?
Do you ever struggle with dosing exercise for your oncology patients? I sure do. I spoke with Dr. Andrew Chongaway, PT and Dr. Shai Sewell, PT about using exercise for your patients in their cancer journey and the importance of understanding how to dose exercise. If exercise is medicine, then we must be dosing it … Continue reading Ep. 156 – Dosing exercise for your oncology patients
Please note: this post contains affiliate links. We are proud affiliates for these resources, meaning that we may earn a commission if you click the link & subsequently make a purchase. All of these recommendations are based on our clinical experience & what we use in our practice – because we believe that they are … Continue reading Ep. 155 – Exercise Oncology & Moving Through Cancer