Physical and Occupational Therapist Care During and After Treatment for Cancer in Lakeview, the Loop and Glenview
Side effects from treatment for cancer vary widely, but can include limited range of motion, scar tissue development, pain, burning, numbness, fatigue, swelling (lymphedema), and impaired fine motor control.
The physical and occupational therapists at PhysioPartners can help you prevent long-term diability, restore mobility and improve your quality of life. In addition to extensive academic and clinical education and successful completion of a state licensure examination, the therapists at PhysioPartners dedicate extensive time and resources to develop their expertise that enables them to deliver results. Your therapist will identify your impairments and limitations and create an individualized program to return you to your activities and lifestyle as quickly as possible.
Your first session will include a thorough examination, utilizing specific tests and measures for your condition. Your therapist will evaluate this information, along with your goals, to make a treatment recommendation.