Cancer Care

Exercise Therapy post-treatment and for prevention


Exercise can help with cancer prevention, treatment, and recovery. There is a growing body of evidence that suggests exercise may decrease the risk of many cancers, including breast, colorectal, and reproductive cancers.  For people in cancer treatment, exercise has been shown to improve the physiological and psychological ability to continue treatment and reduce cancer-related fatigue as well as nausea associated with treatment.  Regular exercise can help cancer survivors regain physical function, improve quality of life and body composition, and reduce the risk of recurrence or a second primary cancer.

At LIVE WELL Exercise Clinic, our Clinical Exercise Physiologists have advanced training to work with both cancer survivors and people undergoing treatment. Our supervised exercise sessions allow us to customize an exercise program unique to the needs of the individual.  

If you are looking to reclaim your strength and vigor after a cancer diagnosis we invite you to Be Our Guest and join us for a free customized exercise session.


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