Exercise can benefit patients, survivors and caregivers in many ways. From lessening the side effects of treatment, to reducing stress and preventing cancer from returning. Exercise is an important part of your cancer journey. At the Community Cancer Center we offer a variety of group exercise classes as well as open gym times. You can work directly with our cancer exercise specialist on staff to create an individualized exercise plan.
As part of our celebration of 10 years of the Nassif Community Cancer Center, our team members will give an inside look into the services available to our patients and
Matt Schmitz, cancer exercise specialist and Integrative Wellness program manager, joins Dr. Arnold to discuss how exercise can help with cancer prevention, as well as benefit those going through treatment.
Current oncology practice is “failing those diagnosed with cancer” with regard to prescribing exercise, says a call-to-action report from a global coalition of 40 leaders from 17 organizations, spearheaded by
While the exact science behind why exercise helps to prevent cancer is still unknown, studies show there are three main factors that are thought to help decrease the risk. Exercise