Resources

How to Detect Lymphedema Early

Pelvic Health Screen
for Cancer Patients

5 Ways to Maximize Wellness During Cancer Treatment

Lubricants and Moisturizers: Product Recommendations

Breast Cancer Conversations Podcast: Pelvic Floor Health

Breast Cancer Conversations is a podcast that discusses all things breast cancer! 

 

I join the founder of Survivingbreastcancer.org on her podcast to discuss Pelvic Floor Health and help answer questions from the community.

Breast Cancer Conversations Podcast: What is Lymphedema?

Breast Cancer Conversations is a podcast that discusses all things breast cancer! 

 

I join the founder of Survivingbreastcancer.org on her podcast to discuss Lymphedema, and help answer questions from the community.

Pelvic Health | Lymphedema and Cancer Rehab Physio with Beth Hoag

The Onco PT Podcast:
Gynecological Cancers & Pelvic Floor PT – Part 1

Part 1 of my interview with The Onco PT, we talk all about the effects of gynecological cancers & their treatment on the pelvic floor.

 

Even if you’re not a pelvic floor PT, we still have a lot to offer to help patients, & if you’re not looking out for these impairments, you are missing out on a lot that these patients are experiencing. 

Pelvic Health | Lymphedema and Cancer Rehab Physio with Beth Hoag

The Onco PT Podcast:
Gynecological Cancers & Pelvic Floor PT – Part 2

Part 2 of my interview with The Onco PT, we talk all about gynecological cancer, its treatments, & how the pelvic floor is affected.

 

Plus my recommendations on products & strategies for your patients! 

VIDEO

Getting out of Bed

MLD for Right Arm for Lymphedema

Shoulder Shrug after a Neck Dissection

MLD for Left Arm for Lymphedema

Lymphedema Management: Mobility and Flexibility

Triangle Breathing

Box Breathing

Body Scanning

Forest Bathing

Mindfulness Practice Diaphragmatic Breathing

Wave Breathing

Diaphragmatic Breathing

Child's Pose

Breast Cancer Conversations Podcast: What is Lymphedema?

'Twas the Night Before Christmas - The Cancer Rehab Edition

How to get help for pelvic health conditions after breast cancer

Barnes MFR method is suitable for people after breast cancer

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How to Detect
Lymphedema Early

Did you know that many cancers and their treatments can have a negative impact on pelvic health?

Nearly 48% of all women and nearly 45% of all men with a newly diagnosed cancer* may have pelvic health dysfunction either as a direct result of their cancer or as a side effect of their treatment.

If you treat patients with a history of cancer or who are actively undergoing cancer treatment, subscribe below to learn the pelvic health questions that EVERY patient should be asked.

(*Statistics from the Canadian Cancer Society 2019)

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