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Cancer Rehabilitation

Cancer Rehabilitation

As you participate in cancer treatment, you may experience many challenges and changes in your life and lifestyle.

Cancer Rehabilitation Care Close to Home

Whether you’re a recently diagnosed cancer survivor, one who’s 20+ years beyond treatment or anywhere in between, you can benefit from cancer rehabilitation services through Supportive Care at OU Health Stephenson Cancer Center in Oklahoma City.

Request an Appointment

Request an appointment to visit with a rehabilitation specialist in cancer supportive care at OU Health Stephenson Cancer Center.

Call (405) 271-4385

Expert Therapists & Personalized Services

You’ll work with oncology-trained physical therapists who can help reduce side effects of cancer and its treatment, set up an exercise program or prospective surveillance (watchful waiting), or assist with pre-rehabilitation measures to better prepare you for treatment.

Comprehensive Care & Treatment for Cancer Symptoms

Get a wide range of rehabilitation support for common symptoms such as:

  • Balance disorders and falls
  • Cancer-related pain, weakness and fatigue
  • Gait dysfunction – Changes in the way you walk
  • Incontinence
  • Lymphedema – Swelling in hands, arms, legs, feet
  • Pain with intercourse
  • Pelvic floor dysfunction
  • Peripheral neuropathy – Nerve-related issues, including numbness or tingling in fingers or toes

You benefit from collaborating with OU Health Stephenson Cancer Center rehabilitation experts, many with advanced certifications in lymphedema therapy, who use the latest findings about cancer rehabilitation to help you recover from post-treatment symptoms.

Explore psycho-oncology at OU Health Stephenson Cancer Center and find out more about cancer palliative care and other palliative and comfort care services.

Your Supportive Care Team

Throughout your journey at OU Health Stephenson Cancer Center, you can depend on your Supportive Care team to walk with you every step of the way. You’ll work with professionals from many healthcare disciplines, including palliative care providers, psychologists, psychiatrists, genetic counselors, clinical social workers, case managers, oncology dietitians, physical therapists, occupational therapists, cancer navigators, American Indian navigators and tobacco cessation counselors, as well as other helpful clinicians and support staff.