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Cancer patients and survivors need to have an individualized comprehensive recovery program. Every person has a different response to surgeries and treatments, so no two exercise programs will look alike.


You will start at the appropriate level and progress with confidence, avoid injury and setbacks. 


Exercise can help prevent common side effects of mastectomy and reconstruction, lymphedema, pain, shoulder dysfunction, core weakness, and fatigue. 


Side effects of radiation, chemotherapy and hormone treatment can include fatigue, pain, osteoporosis, joint pain, peripheral neuropathy, and cardiovascular compromise due to cancer. 


Benefits of  strength, aerobic, and flexibility training:


  • Increase lean muscle mass, better physical appearance, higher metabolism, less body fat

  • Reduce the risk of Type II diabetes and lymphedema by reducing the amount of body fat

  • Reduces the risk of osteoporosis by increasing bone mass

  • Look and feel better

  • Increased self-confidence and self-esteem

  • Increased energy levels

  • Reduce the risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol

  • Increase Range of motion in joint movements

  • Injury prevention

  • It May help to prevent arthritis and other degenerative joint disorders

  • Eliminate neck, shoulder, back hip, knee, ankle, and other associated pains

  • It allows one to perform activities of daily living


My exercise programs help people living with cancer and beyond! 

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