Tag Archives: cancer
Ideas for peripheral neuropathy and exercise
Tue,Aug 29, 2017 at 04:51PM by Carla Mullins
Tingling and numbness in the peripheries – could it be peripheral neuropathy? Our hands and feet are essential for daily life, and so it is little wonder that peripheral neuropathy can be so devastating. It can impact daily activities and walking or even holding a cup can be extremely painful. There are many reasons why…..
Cancer and exercise – reduces the risk of death by nearly half
Wed,Aug 23, 2017 at 01:39PM by Michael Schwarer
This is from part of our course that we are offering in SantaBaraba (April 2018) and New Jersey (May 2018). If you are interested in participating in this 15 hour course, manual included, please feel free to contact us firstname.lastname@example.org The following article about cancer and exercise, Cancer survival: exercise reduces risk of death by nearly…..
7 key exercise considerations for lymphoedema
Tue,Jan 05, 2016 at 05:35PM by Carla Mullins
This article is a partial extract from our Cancer and Lymphoedema training course being offered from this year, with Santa Barbara Workshop scheduled for April 2018 and New Jersey Workshop in May 2018. The course will take students through the definitions and considerations for various types of cancers as well as the physical consequences of treatment. It…..
Cancer – treatment, survival and exercise
Fri,Sep 11, 2015 at 12:45PM by Carla Mullins
Cancer in its many guises affects one in three Australian men and one in four Australian women and it affects people of all ages, genders, races and socioeconomic classes. However, survival rates differ and women are more likely to survive cancer than men. When it comes to exercise, there is no doubt that cancer patients…..