Robins Physiocare
Onco Rehabilitation

Cancer Rehab

Robins Physiocare offers best Cancer care in Gurgaon

Robins Physiocare provide restorative services to cancer patients in all stages of treatments, as these may have lasting effects on physical and cognitive functions resulting in impaired functional ability. Clinically effective therapeutic modules are tailored and implemented to take quality care of special needs of cancer patients.

Cancer rehabilitation is a type of therapy that aims to improve the physical, emotional, and social well-being of individuals who have been diagnosed with cancer. Cancer rehabilitation may include a range of therapies, depending on the individual’s needs and treatment history. Here are some common components of cancer rehabilitation:

  1. Physical Therapy: Physical therapy can help individuals with cancer regain strength, endurance, and mobility. This may involve exercises to improve muscle strength, flexibility, and coordination.
  2. Occupational Therapy: Occupational therapy can help individuals with cancer learn new ways to perform daily activities, such as dressing and grooming, and improve their overall quality of life.
  3. Speech Therapy: Speech therapy can help individuals with cancer improve their communication skills, such as articulation and voice quality, and address swallowing difficulties that may arise as a result of treatment.
  4. Lymphedema Management: Lymphedema is a swelling that can occur in the limbs as a result of cancer treatment. Lymphedema management involves exercises, compression therapy, and other strategies to reduce swelling and improve circulation.
  5. Psychological Support: Cancer can have a significant impact on mental health, and individuals with cancer may experience anxiety, depression, or other emotional challenges. Psychological support, such as counseling or support groups, can help individuals cope with the emotional effects of cancer.
  6. Nutritional Support: Nutritional support can help individuals with cancer maintain a healthy diet and manage side effects of treatment that may affect their ability to eat or tolerate certain foods.
  7. Pain Management: Pain is a common symptom of cancer and its treatments. Pain management may involve medications, physical therapy, or other strategies to reduce pain and improve quality of life.

It’s important to work with a healthcare team that specializes in cancer rehabilitation to develop a personalized rehabilitation plan that meets individual needs and goals. Cancer rehabilitation requires a collaborative effort between healthcare providers, the individual with cancer, and their family to achieve the best possible outcomes.

Robins Physiocare offers following Comprehensive Programs:

  • Breast Cancer Rehabilitation Program

Post Operative Shoulder Pain and range of motion exercises

Prevention & Management of Lymphedema

Management of Axillary web syndrome, Rotator cuff tendinitis/shoulder stiffness andBrachial plexopathy

  • Head and Neck Cancer Rehabilitation Program

Trismus Care

Swallowing Exercises

Facial palsy Management

Neck and Shoulder Exercises

Management of Facial Lymphedema

Dysphagia Management

Speech Therapy

  • Pulmonary Rehabilitation


Post operative chest Physiotherapy/Pulmonary Care

Breathing Exercises

Airway Clearance techniques

Lung Cancer Rehabilitation

Cardio-Pulmonary Rehabilitation

  • Rehabilitation In Gynae & Uro-Oncology

Lymphedema Management

Lower Limb strengthening Exercises

Perineal Exercises

Management of incontinence

Pelvic Floor training

  • Rehabilitation In Orthopaedic Oncology

Rehabilitation post Amputation and limb salvage surgeries

Exercises for Movement restriction (post-Surgical)

Gait Training

  • Paediatric Oncology Rehabilitation

          Individualized Paediatric Rehabilitation Program

  • Rehabilitation during and after Chemotherapy/Radiation therapy

Management of Cancer-Related Fatigue (CRF), Chemotherapy Induced Peripheral Neuropathy (CIPN) and Cancer Related Cognitive Impairment (CRCI)

Physiotherapy for Cardio toxicity, Psychological and Behavioural Changes, etc