Cancer rehabilitation information and locations in Mexico

Cancer rehabilitation can help speed up the recovery process after cancer surgery and manage the symptoms of chemotherapy treatment and cancer. Cancer rehabilitation can involve physical therapy and chiropractic care.
Cancer can affect various parts of the body and leave you with cognitive problems, functional limitations, and impairments like walking, standing up, fatigue, pain, mental fogginess, and loss of strength and flexibility. The main goal of rehabilitation is to help patients regain strength, independence and improve their quality of life.

Therapy for cancer patients involves the attention of a physical therapist and chiropractor; both will work side by side to create a rehabilitation plan according to the type of cancer and its treatment. During the rehabilitation, patients can expect a combination of exercise, massage therapy, hot and cold treatment, acupuncture, or electrical stimulation.

Rehabilitation clinics focus on creating a personalized plan so that international patients can have a therapy session at the clinic and continue their exercises at home. This will allow you to schedule the therapy you need while you are in Mexico for other medical purposes, work, or vacations.
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Improves quality of life
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Cancer rehabilitation
Session: 45 min.
Cleared to fly: 1 day
After surgery
Out-of-town patients’ do not require a follow-up. Patients are clear to fly on the same day of the therapy session for cancer.
Note: See with the rehabilitation clinic if you need additional home-care physical therapy or what follow-up you need to take with a primary care physician, or specialist in your home city.
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Cancer rehabilitation frequent questions

Get answers to our most frequently asked questions and what to expect after the rehabilitation.
Do I need to tell my oncologist if I’m receiving cancer rehabilitation?
Yes, just as your therapist should know if you have cancer. The oncologist and PTs or chiropractor will recommend some exercises to help you rebuild your strength and independence, however, some types of cancer and treatments won’t allow you to receive chiropractic treatment.
Does the therapy session hurt?
Cancer rehabilitation is intended to alleviate pain and help you manage the side effects of cancer treatment. Some patients can feel mild discomfort and soreness from the exercises, but it gets easier as they progress on therapy.
How do I prepare for cancer rehabilitation?
Your chiropractor or physical therapist will perform a physical evaluation and will ask you about your cancer treatment.
It's recommended to wear comfortable clothes like t-shirts, yoga pants, gym shorts, sports bra, and sneakers to make it easier to examine and facilitate the movement of the exercises.
How many sessions will I have?
The number of sessions will depend on the type of cancer and the patient's evolution. Your PT or chiropractor will discuss your treatment plan.
If I’m traveling, can I schedule one therapy session?
Yes, Medical Tourism chiropractors and physical therapists understand your specific needs, so you can schedule a therapy session and continue your exercises back at home.

Disclaimer: This information does not reflect the medical advice from our clinics. All cases are different and this treatment may not suit you. Always refer to a medical professional with the certification and experience. All of our physicians are fully qualified to perform these procedures. For more information and diagnosis contact one of our top specialized clinics.

In all medical procedures, there are chances of complications, the specialist will provide you detailed information about the risks of the procedure, talk to the specialist directly.