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12 Week Cancer Rehabilitation Program

Online Cancer Rehabilitation Program

  • 1 h
  • 125 British pounds
  • High Bank Road

Service Description

Getting started If you're having treatment or have recently finished, it's fine to start exercising if you feel like it. How much you do depends on how to fit you are generally. If you've never done much exercise, you'll have to build up gradually. If you do too much one day, you might feel very tired and sore the next day. Don't feel that you always have to do more than yesterday. Some days you'll have more energy than others. Booking our service ensures that the exercise program is designed entirely for you, it isn't generic. You will be assigned to our specialist Cancer Rehabilitation Personal Trainer and they will guide you through your journey with regular contact and easy guidance. How exercise can help There are very good reasons for exercising. It can improve your quality of life and help you feel better. Regular exercise can reduce stress and give you more energy. Research has shown that there is strong evidence that certain ways of being active can help people with cancer: reduce anxiety improve depression reduce fatigue improve quality of life during and after cancer treatment prevent or improve lymphoedema (a type of swelling caused by treatment to lymph nodes) improve general physical functioning

Contact Details

  • High Bank Rd, Burton-on-Trent DE15 0HX, UK


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