In 2018 the Clinical Oncology Society of Australia called for exercise to be embedded as a part of all standard practice in cancer care. Cancerous cells are developed where there is abnormal cell function. These cells can then spread to different parts of the body through blood vessels and lymphatic systems and can be life threatening. Associated Cancer treatments (i.e. chemotherapy or radiation) can also significantly impact an individual’s quality of life and overall health and wellbeing. Exercise, therefore, is not only important for Cancer management overall, but also as a conjunctive therapy to aid in symptom and side effect management.
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Both Robb and Clare have extensive experience with individuals going through and who have been through cancer treatment and know the best and right ways for you to exercise to assist with adverse side effects to treatment, aim to get you as healthy as possible, and improve your quality of life, no matter how bad you are feeling.

How can exercise help?

Exercise can help people with cancer (pre, during or post treatment) by:

  • Boosting the immune system
  • Improving mental health
  • Reducing the risk of developing secondary chronic health conditions
  • Reducing the risk of developing secondary cancers
  • Improving physical function
  • Managing treatment side effects
  • Improving and maintaining muscle strength and bone density
  • Reducing falls risk
  • Boosting memory
  • Improving quality of life

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