Exercise for cancer

Exercise is proven to provide many benefits before, during and following cancer treatment. Latest research shows strongly that people with cancer who engage in structured exercise experience fewer and less severe treatment-related side effects and report improved quality-of-life. Industry recommendations are that exercise should be embedded as standard practice in cancer care, to specifically facilitate improved physical function, attenuated fatigue, alleviated psychological distress, promoted wellbeing and minimised development of secondary health conditions. We highly encourage integrating exercise into daily life as part of both short and long term recovery strategies

At Guardian Exercise Rehabilitation, we offer exercise physiology services for a range of cancer types, principally for individuals through their Life Insurance/Income Protection policy. Our programs aim to provide support and education to safely meet exercise guidelines in an individualised way that will provide positive impact for wholebeing health.

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