Oncology Physiotherapy – pre, during and post diagnosis/treatment

Cancer and its treatment can take its toll on a person's health, function and wellbeing causing physical symptoms, which may include:

  • Cancer related fatigue (CRF)
  • General weakness
  • Reduced balance
  • Reduced mobility
  • Loss of muscle strength 
  • Breathing disorders
  • Reduced ability to perform every day activities

These long-lasting symptoms may arise during treatment or even years later.

At The London Clinic we want to improve the quality of life of all who are living with or beyond cancer or going through cancer treatment.

Cancer and Exercise

Many people living with or beyond cancer have unmet physical or psychological needs. It has been proven that exercise improves quality of life for cancer patients, regardless of the type and stage of their disease.  

A specialist oncology physiotherapist is a cancer physiotherapist and someone who has the necessary skill set and knowledge to help those with the physical side effects of cancer or cancer treatment.

Our therapist can support you through every stage of your inpatient and outpatient journey. 

The journey start from diagnosis, through treatment, end of treatment, survivorship and end of life. Oncology physiotherapy can help alleviate many distressing symptoms such as fatigue, which debilitates many cancer patients. 

We aim to help all improve mental and physical wellbeing by taking back control. We will work with you closely to address your individual needs, the physical side effects of cancer and the side effects of cancer treatment.