Oncology Rehab and Wellness Resources, LLC

NoVA's only PT clinic specializing in the treatment of cancer patients and survivors. Privately owned and operated.

We are the only rehabilitation provider in Northern Virginia that provides therapy services exclusively for adult cancer patients and survivors. We have a Certified Lymphedema Therapist and STAR/C clinician on staff.

Oncology Rehab and Wellness Resource’s mission is to be the premier provider of rehabilitation to adult cancer patients and cancer survivors. We strive to provide the highest quality, comprehensive, evidence based rehabilitation to cancer patients and survivors while ensuring survivors have access to needed wellness resources. We pride ourselves on being advocates for our patients and cancer survivors in the community.

We offer our services in our outpatient clinic located in Ashburn, VA. For patients that qualify, our House Calls Division will provide one on one therapy services in the privacy and convenience of a patient's home. Contact us for details. Our lead therapists have extensive experience in rehabilitation and have completed extensive training in oncology rehabilitation. Our lead therapists have completed a comprehensive training course in cancer rehabilitation and are designated as STAR Clinician® Certified. STAR Clinician certification is a nationally recognized cancer survivorship certification developed by Oncology Rehab Partners that focuses on the physical and emotional healing of cancer survivors. For more information on this certification please visit www.oncrehabpartners.com

We believe in a multi-disciplinary approach to cancer recovery and therefore maintain close communication with all health care providers involved in a patient's care. In addition, we have relationships with area partner agencies and individuals that will ensure all of a patient's recovery needs are addressed and optimal wellness is achieved.

Please contact us for more information.


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Transforming the Trauma of Cancer Through Yoga

Please join us for a free presentation: Transforming the Trauma of Cancer Through Yoga

events.r20.constantcontact.com Please join us Saturday February 16th for a free special event at Oncology Rehab and Wellness

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Transforming the Trauma of Cancer Through Yoga

Please join us for a free presentation: Transforming the Trauma of Cancer Through Yoga -- Space is limited -- - sign up today!

events.r20.constantcontact.com Please join us Saturday February 16th for a free special event at Oncology Rehab and Wellness

Interesting read. For those who are concerned about offending your oncologist: if they are not listening to you and ensuring that your care is the very best, then sometimes it is best to find another provider. When this author moved to a new state she had to change to a new provider - unfortunately she suffered through terrible chemo side effects that before were well-managed with her prior oncologist. The quality of your doctor can definitiely impact your outcomes. Be sure your doctor always listens to you.
https://www.curetoday.com/community/sarah-debord/2018/12/giving-your-provider-the-pink-slip

texasoncology.com

Holidays and Cancer

The holidays are a time when friends and family gather to make new memories. For cancer patients, the season can be challenging. Texas Oncology’s community-based care helps patients stay home during the holidays when support from family and friends is particularly crucial. Here are some tips to help your family celebrate the holidays while coping with cancer.

https://www.texasoncology.com/who-we-are/media-center/media-coverage/news-articles/2016/december/holidays-and-cancer

texasoncology.com Dr. Celeste Wilcox of Texas Oncology highlights some helpful dos and don’ts for navigating the holidays and gathering together when a loved one has cancer.

cancercare.org

Coping with Cancer During the Holidays | CancerCare

Holidays are traditionally viewed as a time to celebrate. Many people enjoy reuniting with family and friends, giving and receiving gifts, and celebrating religious traditions during this time. However, sometimes people with cancer and their loved ones feel “out of step” from the rest of the world during the holidays. Here are some tips to keep the holidays a happy time - and manageable for you.

https://www.cancercare.org/publications/55-coping_with_cancer_during_the_holidays

cancercare.org Information and tips on how to cope with cancer during the holidays.

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How to Cook for Someone Undergoing Chemotherapy
“Family, friends, festivities, and food! The holiday season is always a time to get together with loved ones and, let’s face it, cook and eat a lot of food. Here are a few pointers on what to consider when cooking for someone undergoing chemotherapy.”

https://conquer-magazine.com/web-exclusives/24-how-to-cook-for-someone-undergoing-chemotherapy

conquer-magazine.com Family, friends, festivities, and food! The holiday season is always a time to get together with loved ones and, let’s face it, cook and eat a lot of food. Here are a few pointers on what to consider when cooking for someone undergoing chemotherapy.

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How Yoga Can Help with Lymphedema - Lymphedema Products

Lymphedema is a condition that cannot be cured. But it can be treated and managed. The trick is to find ways to minimize symptoms, avoid progression, manage one’s illness, and enhance quality of life. In addition to faithfully wearing their compression garments, many patients wonder if there are other steps they can take to alleviate the swelling and discomfort associated with their condition. There are!

https://www.lymphedemaproducts.com/blog/how-yoga-can-help-with-lymphedema/

lymphedemaproducts.com Lymphedema is a condition that cannot be cured. But it can be treated and managed. The trick is to find ways to minimize symptoms, avoid progression, manage one’s illness, and enhance quality of life. In addition to faithfully wearing their compression garments, many patients wonder if there are o...

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Preventing Lymphedema after Breast Cancer - Lymphedema Products

Emerging research indicates that certain steps can be taken to minimize one’s chances of developing lymphedema. And proper therapy for the condition—including the wearing of appropriate medical-grade compression wear—can help control symptoms and slow the progression of the condition.

https://www.lymphedemaproducts.com/blog/preventing-lymphedema-after-breast-cancer/

lymphedemaproducts.com The statistics regarding lymphedema following breast cancer diagnosis and treatment may appear a bit discouraging at first. But things are not entirely grim. For instance, a 2009 study concluded that up to 42% of breast cancer survivors experienced some form of lymphedema within five years of receiv...

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Common Myths & Facts About Lymphedema - Lymphedema Products

Good information for anyone that is at risk for lymphedema. Call us today if you would like to talk to or meet with our Certified Lymphedema Therapist

https://www.lymphedemaproducts.com/blog/common-myths-facts-about-lymphedema/?utm_source=Lymphedema+Products+Customer+List&utm_campaign=679c056432-LP_Myths_And_Facts_Wpro_120618&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_8cbd36a4c8-679c056432-66703689&ct=t(LP_Myths_And_Facts_Wpro_120618)&mc_cid=679c056432&mc_eid=5b87b8fc9b

lymphedemaproducts.com Lymphedema is discouragingly common among cancer survivors. This is especially true of women who have undergone treatment for breast cancer. The removal of lymph nodes under the arm(s), and/or radiation therapy, may damage the lymphatic system. This can hinder its ability to do its job; draining hig...

"Cancer treatment is a grueling course, leaving many people exhausted, weak and with a compromised immune system. Just getting out of bed can be a huge and daunting task, let alone exercising in a gymnasium or playing at the park with grandchildren. This is where a physical therapist comes in. Despite advances in medical treatments, individuals that receive cancer treatments typically experience extensive physical limitations during and after treatments. These limitations include and are not limited to cancer-related fatigue (CRF), pain, nerve damage, lymphedema and deconditioning.
There is strong evidence to support conservative management of these impairments through physical therapy."

https://www.curetoday.com/community/amy-vant/2015/05/what-is-the-role-of-physical-therapy-in-cancer-recovery

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Stress Management & Cancer | Cancer Support Community

Feeling stressed? Anxious? You are not alone. Stress and anxiety go hand-in-hand with a cancer diagnosis. There are active Ways to Manage & Cope With Stress from Cancer. Read about them here.

https://www.cancersupportcommunity.org/managing-stress-cancer

cancersupportcommunity.org Tips and resources about active ways to cope and manage stress from cancer.

[11/23/18]   "Meta-analyses and systematic reviews of the extant data conclude that exercise, particularly supervised exercise, improves quality of life in a broad array of patients with cancer both during and after treatment. In addition to conferring beneficial effects on symptomatology, emerging data suggest that exercise during these periods may lower the risk of death from cancer, although confirmatory data from adequately powered randomized trials are not yet available. Findings from ongoing and planned randomized controlled trials that will address the impact of exercise on cancer-related endpoints are needed to develop evidence-based clinical practice guidelines."

http://ascopost.com/issues/october-25-2018/exercise-therapy-for-symptom-management-and-treatment-in-patients-with-cancer/?email=a13b4b40ef8544eff4a540fb9ad89c9c2f070ae3b5b919e8c3201ac377d94a2a&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=TAP%20EN

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Exercise for Wellness | Cancer Support Community

Regular exercise can improve your health and quality of life but it is important to develop an exercise program that is right for you. Your energy and fitness may be very different during and /or after treatment. Talk with a member of your health care team or physical therapist if you have questions or need additional advice on how to get started. Oncology Rehab and Wellness can help you on your way! Call us today!

https://www.cancersupportcommunity.org/exercise-wellness#tab1

cancersupportcommunity.org Exercise is a powerful tool that can help you take control of your physical and mental health. An exercise program tailored to your level of energy and ability can help you:

Cancer Support Community

We know living with cancer can be difficult. It can be isolating for the patient and caregivers alike. There are, however, support services out there that can provide invaluable resources. We will begin highlighting such resources here on our page. This week, we highlight "Cancer Support Community" which provides education, links to connect with other cancer survivors and online support to patients living with or recovering from cancer.

https://www.facebook.com/CancerSupportCommunity/

Uniting The Wellness Community and Gilda's Club Worldwide www.cancersupportcommunity.org 1-888-793-9355

coloradocancerblogs.org

Is your lung cancer really ROS1-negative? Study shows it may be worth testing again - Colorado Cancer Blogs

Is your lung cancer really ROS1-negative? Study shows it may be worth testing again

A University of Colorado Cancer Center study published in the Journal of Thoracic Oncology shows that common laboratory tests used to determine ROS1 status all have inherent limitations that can lead to false-negative results. Some samples that were determined to be ROS1-negative by one test were shown to be ROS1-positive by another, meaning that some patients who could benefit from ROS1-directed therapy may be slipping through the cracks.

https://coloradocancerblogs.org/is-your-lung-cancer-really-ros1-negative-study-shows-it-may-be-worth-testing-again/

coloradocancerblogs.org Is your lung cancer really ROS1-negative? Study shows it may be worth testing again by Garth Sundem | Aug 8, 2018 | Featured, Latest News, Research | Kurtis Davies, PhD Drugs like crizotinib are used to treat patients with ROS1-positive lung cancer. But which patients are ROS1-positive? A University...

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Treatment of Stage III B - IV Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer - Cancer Connect

"Advanced NSCLC has historically not been considered to be curable, however recent advances in genomics leading to the development of precision cancer medicine and immunotherapy have led to improved survival in selected patients well beyond what was expected just a few years ago. Advances in the use of newer precision cancer medicines is rapid and ALL individuals with NSCLC should undergo testing for biomarkers to determine if they can benefit from these newer drugs."

https://mavendoctors.io/cancerconnect/lung-cancer/treatment-of-stage-iii-b-iv-non-small-cell-lung-cancer-QslLqt36KkqEJE6dqZAVdw/

mavendoctors.io Chemotherapy, biomarker testing and precision cancer medicines and immunotherapy are used to treat stage IIIB-IV NSCLC.

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For Patients & Caregivers

Living with lung cancer can provide challenges. Finding the right support can help. LUNGevity has invaluable resources for lung cancer patients and their families, including LIFELINE, peer-to-peer support. Find someone to talk to today. #lungevity

https://lungevity.org/for-patients-caregivers

lungevity.org LUNGevity provides information and resources to help lung cancer patients be more active participants in their healthcare decisions.

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Immunotherapy has given new hope to patients with lung cancer. Clinical trials continue to demonstrate success, with multiple new treatments on the horizon. New immunotherapy drugs are now being tested and trials are now examining the effects of combining immunotherapy with other immunotherapy drugs as well as with standard chemotherapy - all with amazing results to date.

https://conquer-magazine.com/categories/lung-cancer?view=article&artid=146:immunotherapy-drugs-extend-survival-of-patients-with-lung-cancer&catid=62

conquer-magazine.com Check out some of the most exciting immunotherapies that are giving hope to people fighting this disease, which is responsible for 1 in every 4 cancer-related deaths in the United States.

5 Ways to Reduce Your Cancer-Related Stress
Cancer survivor and caregiver Katie Brown, VP of Support and Survivorship at LUNGevity Foundation, shares tips for patients and survivors on how to manage stress during treatment and beyond.

https://conquer-magazine.com/issues/2018/vol-4-no-4-august-2018/742-5-ways-to-reduce-your-cancer-related-stress

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Opdivo plus Yervoy First Immunotherapy Regimen for Initial Treatment of Kidney Cancer

https://conquer-magazine.com/issues/2018/vol-4-no-5-october-2018/799-opdivo-plus-yervoy-first-immunotherapy-regimen-for-initial-treatment-of-kidney-cancer?utm_source=bronto&utm_medium=email&utm_term=Opdivo+plus+Yervoy+First+Immunotherapy+Regimen+for+Initial+Treatment+of+Kidney+Cancer&utm_content=HPV:+The+Leading+Cause+of+Oral+Cancer&utm_campaign=2018-11-07+-+Conquer

conquer-magazine.com CONQUER: the patient voice® magazine is the premier forum for patients with cancer, survivors, nurse navigators, and other oncology team members.

A Second Chance at Life: Kidney Cancer Was My Wake-Up Call to Healthier Living: "Regardless of how hard these past few years have been, it was a great wake-up call. I went into the very first surgery weighing 325 pounds. At that time, I was also told by the doctor that I had high blood pressure and diabetes. Since the surgery, I’ve made efforts to lose weight, be more active, and live a healthy life. I’ve lost about 50 or 60 pounds, work out at the gym regularly, and took up cycling."

https://conquer-magazine.com/issues/2018/vol-4-no-5-october-2018/784-a-second-chance-at-life-kidney-cancer-was-my-wake-up-call-to-healthier-living?utm_source=bronto&utm_medium=email&utm_term=A+Second+Chance+at+Life:+Kidney+Cancer+Was+My+Wake-Up+Call+to+Healthier+Living&utm_content=HPV:+The+Leading+Cause+of+Oral+Cancer&utm_campaign=2018-11-07+-+Conquer

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cancer.net

How Mindfulness Helped Me Cope With Cancer

"I was 34 years old when I was diagnosed with synovial sarcoma and told that I had 6 months to live. That was 7 years ago. I was an executive at a global aeronautics corporation at the time. When I heard I had cancer, a huge rush of emotions overwhelmed and intimidated me. I have a background in crisis management, so I had been trained to deal with stress and develop greater resilience, but I found that I had been confusing “acting tough” with “being mentally strong.” I realized that I needed to learn how to understand, accept, and manage my emotions."

https://www.cancer.net/blog/2018-02/how-mindfulness-helped-me-cope-with-cancer

cancer.net Sarcoma survivor Valérie Sanja Tettinek shares how pursuing resilience helped her manage the emotional burden of her diagnosis. She also describes the mindfulness practices that empower her day after day.

mindful.org

Being Present with Cancer - Mindful

"Fear. Uncertainty about the future. Some of the most difficult elements of the cancer experience are well-suited for mindfulness, and 20 years of research into Mindfulness-Based Cancer Recovery (MBCR) is beginning to bear out the benefits." #mindfulness #meditation

https://www.mindful.org/mindfulness-cancer-recovery-living-healing-moment/

mindful.org Fear. Uncertainty about the future. Some of the most difficult elements of the cancer experience are well-suited for mindfulness, and 20 years of research into Mindfulness-Based Cancer Recovery (MBCR) is beginning to bear out the benefits. Plus — try this breathing meditation to alleviate insomnia...

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.:: Patient Resource Publishing : Fatigue ::.

Did you know that exercise is proven to reduce cancer/cancer treatment related fatigue? There are ways to counter fatigue that are easy to incorporate into your day. Call us today for a consult! Oncology Rehab and Wellness Resources, LLC
#exercise #cancerrehab #cancerrelatedfatigue
https://www.patientresource.com/Fatigue.aspx?utm_source=102518&utm_campaign=102518&utm_medium=email

patientresource.com People with cancer often experience fatigue, and they describe it using a variety of words, including “exhausted,” “weak” and “worn out.” However it’s described, the fatigue related to cancer and its treatment is different from the fatigue that healthy individuals occasionally feel. It...

healio.com

Exercise a ‘form of medicine’ for breast cancer survivors

“Exercise is a form of medicine,” Dieli-Conwright said in a press release. “Both of these studies support that idea, and we will continue to conduct studies to supplement traditional cancer therapies.” – by Andy Polhamus

https://www.healio.com/hematology-oncology/breast-cancer/news/in-the-journals/%7B3750b9e5-7187-4dc0-b04c-633df6e21194%7D/exercise-a-form-of-medicine-for-breast-cancer-survivors

healio.com A combination of aerobic and resistance exercise improved sarcopenic obesity, metabolic syndrome and serum biomarkers among breast cancer survivors with overweight or obesity, study data showed.“In this study we sought to determine whether a supervised exercise intervention, based on the Ameri...

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