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Rehabilitation Strategies for Patients with Cancer – Level 2

Enhanced Clinical Practice - Management of Cancer Patients

(49 customer reviews)

Duration:

11 hrs

Language:

English

Subtitles:

French

$ 500.00

This course is part of a certification:

The treatment of patients with past or present history of cancer in general physiotherapy or medical exercise training is becoming more common. This course will focus on general safety considerations as well as the indications and contraindications for choice of specific treatment modalities including exercise prescription. An overview of a select number of more prevalent cancers (breast, lung, hematological) as well as the more serious consequences of cancer and its treatment(bone metastasis, radiation fibrosis, lymphedema) will be introduced as a foundation for development of a greater oncology specialized practice.

Published:

04/30/2020

Updated:

05/20/2021

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  1. Recognize and understand the unique rehabilitation needs related to:
    • Pathology, location, and stage of disease for specific cancers
    • Medical treatment interventions related to specific cancers including surgical reconstruction
    • Dysfunction commonly associated with specific cancers including: breast, prostate, lung, head and neck, and hematological cancers.
  2. Derive assessment protocols based upon:
    • Stage of disease and prognosis
    • Goals of patient and residual functional problems
    • Outcome measures validated in specific populations
    • Clinical observations related to the common side effects of treatment
    • Physical examination and functional testing appropriate to the cancer location and trajectory
  3. Derive intervention strategies based upon realistic goals and client-centered outcomes that may include but not be limited to:
    • Education
    • Manual therapy
    • Therapeutic exercise
    • Functional testing and activity training

Mary-Ann Dalzell

Physiotherapist M.Sc., PT
Oncology
Quebec, Canada

Marize Ibrahim

Physiotherapist, Lymphedema Therapist, Clinical Specialists – Oncology M.Sc., PT, CLT-LANA, CPA Clinical Specialist- Oncology
Oncology
Quebec, Canada

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49 reviews for Rehabilitation Strategies for Patients with Cancer – Level 2

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  1. CL

    besoin de plus de précision sur le choix des exercices et les progression d’exercices
    comment choisir le bon niveau d’exercices pour chaque patient

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  2. JB

    bon cours, bien monté, bonne formatrice.

    Cependant, j’aurais aimé avoir des outils pratiques à utiliser directement dans ma pratique comme des exemples plus concerts d’exercices (incluant
    des exemples de paramètres spécifiques à la clientèle onco, des guides de progression, etc.)

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11 Hours

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Rehabilitation Strategies for Patients with Cancer

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5 Bia points

Access Duration

6 months
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