Beyond Breast Cancer
Breast cancer is one of the most survivable cancers. Nine out of 10 women live at least five years post-diagnosis. However, the treatment is almost always invasive. It leaves individuals fatigued and with physical problems like lymphedema, reduced shoulder range of motion, pain and stiffness in affected joints, and muscular weakness. In this workshop, we look at several biomechanical protocols to improve functional movement as well as somatic education principles. The goal is to make movement meaningful and beneficial for breast cancer survivors.
- Gain knowledge about breast cancer and its implications in the context of daily movement
- Explore ways to specifically address the movement impairments associated with breast cancer
- Learn how to build an effective program for survivors to ensure positive outcomes and a balance between strength and flexibility
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Related Specialist programs
- Cervical Spine Mechanics and Protocols
- Post-Rehab Protocols: Shoulder
- Simplifying the Shoulder Complex
- Rotator Cuff Reconditioning
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