Advanced Rehab Techniques in Oncology

Advanced Rehab Techniques in Oncology

CA$299.00

This course includes

2:26:30 of Course Material (View)
Patient Exercises (View)
Course Forum
Lifetime access after purchase

The instructors

Jodi Steele (View bio)

This course is designed for the advanced health care professionals who has been working with patients with cancer.  It is a follow up to the first course " Rehab Techniques in Oncology".  The course outlines several different types of cancer seen in rehabilitation, and goes in significant detail around proper exercise, mobilizations and myofascial release techniques.  Through the different sections this course will take a look at: Breast Cancer, Hematological Disorders, Lung Cancer, Gastrointestinal Cancer, as well as Melanoma. 

  • The course was designed for Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists.
  • The course includes a downloadable work book, helpful exercise videos and a certificate of completion. 
  • The course is yours forever to go in and review as you develop your caseload. 

Don’t waste time! Get trained and get started working with this amazing bunch of people!

Course Purpose

An advanced look at some of the skills and knowledge required for a fitness or health professional to work with a client who has had a diagnosis of cancer.

What You Will Learn:

  • An in depth look at: Breast Cancer, Hematological Disorders, Lung Cancer, Gastrointestinal Cancer, as well as Melanoma
  • Appropriate exercise guidelines
  • Types of Therapy

What is Included:

  • Course participants will be provided with courseware including a workbook and certificate of completion.
  • Life time access to this course
  • Access to the Forum

To learn more about this course, watch Jodi's short intro video above.



Jodi Steele,  BKin, RPT 

Jodi earned her kinesiology degree in 1997 and a physiotherapy degree in 1999 from McMaster University. Upon graduation she co-developed an oncology rehabilitation program, Cancer Rehab-The Next Step. In 2005 her husband joined her and founded Cancer Rehab Inc., Canada’s first not-for-profit cancer rehabilitation centre.

In 2009, Jodi designed, developed and launched Wellspring’s Cancer Exercise Program, which continues to be delivered at sites throughout southern Ontario. For her innovative contributions to society, Jodi received the 2009 Arch Award from McMaster University.

Presently Jodi is a professor at Niagara College. She continues to educate peers through educational lectures focusing on cancer exercise and rehabilitation for health care professionals and lymphedema management in the home care setting.

The instructors
Jodi Steele
PT, BKin, BSc(PT)

Jodi earned her kinesiology degree in 1997 and a physiotherapy degree in 1999 from McMaster University. Upon graduation she co-developed an oncology rehabilitation program, Cancer Rehab-The Next Step. In 2005 her husband joined her and founded Cancer Rehab Inc., Canada’s first not-for-profit cancer rehabilitation centre.

In 2009, Jodi designed, developed and launched Wellspring’s Cancer Exercise Program, which continues to be delivered at sites throughout southern Ontario. For her innovative contributions to society, Jodi received the 2009 Arch Award from McMaster University.

Presently Jodi is a professor at Niagara College. She continues to educate peers through educational lectures focusing on cancer exercise and rehabilitation for health care professionals and lymphedema management in the home care setting.

Section 1: Introduction

Workbook

Section 2: Medical Interventions

2.1: Lab Values

2.2: Chemotherapy Affect on Rehabilitation

2.3: Radiation

2.4: Immunotherapy

2.5: Anti-Angiogenic Therapy

2.6: Hormonal Therapy

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Section 3: Breast Cancer

3.2: Axillary Web Syndrome

3.3: Myofascial Release

3.4: Rehabilitation

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Section 4: Hematological Disorders

4.1: Leukemia

4.2: Lymphoma

4.3: Multiple Myeloma

4.4: Treatment

4.5: Rehab Considerations

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Section 5: Lung Cancer

5: Lung Cancer

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Section 6: Gastrointestinal Cancer

6: Gastrointestinal Cancer

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Section 7: Melanoma

7: Melanoma

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Section 8: Lymphedema

8.1: Review

8.2: Lymphedema Measurements

8.3: Skin Care

8.4: Lymphatic Massage & Bandaging

8.5: Lymphedema Exercises

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Section 9: Palliative Care

9: Palliative Care

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Wall Slide Progression

Wall Slides

Wall Push-Ups

Standing Row

Tricep Extension

Core Activation

Suntanner

Prone Y

Active Assisted Range of Motion for the Shoulder

Bicep Curl

Chin Tuck

Shoulder External Rotation

Core Stability on a Ball

Lower Trap Strengthening

PNF Patterns

Proprioceptive Exercises

Ribcage Range of Motion

Shoulder Pendulums

Shoulder Retractions

Sit and Twist

Squats

Self DARE Stretch

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