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Physiotherapy & Onco-Rehabilitation at BMCHRC

Welcome to Bhagwan Mahaveer Cancer Hospital & Research Centre (BMCHRC), a beacon of hope and healing for individuals confronting Physiotherapy & Onco-Rehabilitation. Our institution stands as a pillar of comprehensive care, where cutting-edge treatments merge with compassionate support to guide patients towards optimal health outcomes.

Welcome to Bhagwan Mahaveer Cancer Hospital & Research Centre (BMCHRC), where our Physiotherapy & Onco-Rehabilitation Services are dedicated to enhancing the physical function, mobility, and quality of life of individuals affected by cancer. Led by a team of experienced physiotherapists and rehabilitation specialists, our comprehensive services aim to address the unique rehabilitation needs of cancer patients, survivors, and those undergoing treatment.

Comprehensive Assessment

Our physiotherapists conduct comprehensive assessments to evaluate each patient's physical function, mobility, and rehabilitation needs. This includes assessing strength, range of motion, balance, and functional abilities to develop personalized rehabilitation plans tailored to individual goals and preferences.

Rehabilitation Exercises

We offer a variety of therapeutic exercises and rehabilitation techniques to improve strength, flexibility, endurance, and mobility. These exercises are tailored to each patient's specific needs and may include resistance training, stretching, balance exercises, and functional movements to optimize physical function and performance.


Manual Therapy

Our physiotherapists provide hands-on manual therapy techniques, such as massage, joint mobilization, and soft tissue manipulation, to reduce pain, improve joint mobility, and enhance tissue healing. Manual therapy can be beneficial for addressing musculoskeletal issues and promoting overall recovery and well-being.


Lymphedema Management

For patients at risk of or experiencing lymphedema, our rehabilitation specialists offer comprehensive lymphedema management programs. These programs may include manual lymphatic drainage, compression therapy, therapeutic exercises, and education on self-care strategies to reduce swelling and improve lymphatic function.

Assistive Device Training

For patients requiring assistive devices, such as walkers, canes, or orthotics, our rehabilitation specialists provide comprehensive training and education on device use and safety. We ensure that patients feel confident and comfortable using assistive devices to maximize mobility and independence in daily activities.

Oncology Rehabilitation

Our onco-rehabilitation programs focus on addressing the unique rehabilitation needs of cancer patients and survivors across the cancer care continuum. These programs encompass a holistic approach to rehabilitation, addressing physical, emotional, and psychosocial aspects of recovery to promote overall well-being and quality of life.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Onco-Rehabilitation, and how can it benefit Cancer patients?

Onco-rehabilitation is a specialized form of rehabilitation that focuses on addressing the physical, functional, and psychosocial needs of cancer patients and survivors. Onco-rehabilitation can help improve strength, mobility, endurance, and quality of life, reduce treatment-related side effects, and enhance overall well-being during and after cancer treatment.

How do I access Physiotherapy and Onco-Rehabilitation services at BMCHRC?

Patients can access physiotherapy and onco-rehabilitation services at BMCHRC by obtaining a referral from their healthcare provider or contacting our rehabilitation department directly to schedule an appointment. Our team will conduct a comprehensive assessment and develop a personalized rehabilitation plan tailored to individual needs and goals.

Are Physiotherapy and Onco-Rehabilitation services covered by insurance?

Physiotherapy and onco-rehabilitation services may be covered by health insurance plans, but coverage can vary depending on individual insurance policies and providers. Our billing department can assist patients in verifying insurance coverage and understanding any out-of-pocket costs associated with rehabilitation services.

How long does a typical Rehabilitation session last, and how many sessions are usually recommended?

A typical rehabilitation session may last 30 to 60 minutes, and the number of sessions recommended will be determined based on the patient's condition, progress, and rehabilitation goals.

Can family members or caregivers participate in Rehabilitation sessions?

Yes, family members or caregivers are welcome to participate in rehabilitation sessions if desired. Involving family members or caregivers can provide additional support, encouragement, and assistance during the rehabilitation process, promoting better outcomes and overall well-being for the patient.

What should I expect during a Physiotherapy or Onco-Rehabilitation session?

During a physiotherapy or onco-rehabilitation session, patients can expect to undergo a variety of assessments, exercises, and interventions tailored to their specific needs and goals. Our rehabilitation specialists will guide patients through each session, providing instruction, support, and encouragement to help them achieve optimal outcomes.

Are there any precautions or contraindications for participating in rehabilitation sessions?

Our rehabilitation team will conduct a thorough assessment to identify any precautions or contraindications for participating in rehabilitation sessions. Patients with certain medical conditions or treatment-related side effects may require modifications or adaptations to their rehabilitation program to ensure safety and effectiveness.

How can I learn more about Physiotherapy and Onco-Rehabilitation services at BMCHRC?

To learn more about physiotherapy and onco-rehabilitation services at BMCHRC, patients can visit our website, contact our rehabilitation department, or speak with their healthcare provider for more information. Our team is here to answer any questions and provide support to individuals seeking assistance with their rehabilitation needs.

What conditions or symptoms can Physiotherapy and Onco-Rehabilitation address?

Physiotherapy and onco-rehabilitation can address a wide range of conditions and symptoms, including pain, weakness, fatigue, mobility limitations, lymphedema, neuropathy, joint stiffness, and functional impairments related to cancer treatment or surgery.

Are there any exercises or activities I can do at home to supplement my rehabilitation program?

Yes, our rehabilitation specialists can provide patients with home exercise programs and self-care strategies to supplement their in-clinic rehabilitation sessions. These exercises and activities are designed to promote strength, flexibility, mobility, and overall well-being between clinic visits, enabling patients to continue their progress at home.

How soon after surgery or treatment can I start Physiotherapy or Onco-Rehabilitation?

The timing of physiotherapy or onco-rehabilitation will depend on the type of surgery or treatment received, as well as individual factors such as healing progress and medical clearance from the healthcare team. In many cases, rehabilitation can begin soon after surgery or treatment to promote early recovery and optimal outcomes.

Will I be assigned a dedicated Physiotherapist or Rehabilitation specialist?

Yes, each patient will be assigned a dedicated physiotherapist or rehabilitation specialist who will oversee their care and coordinate their rehabilitation program. Our team works collaboratively to ensure continuity of care and personalized attention for every patient throughout their rehabilitation journey.

Can I continue with Physiotherapy or Onco-Rehabilitation after completing treatment?

Yes, patients can continue with physiotherapy or onco-rehabilitation after completing treatment to address any ongoing rehabilitation needs, maintain physical function and mobility, and support long-term recovery and well-being. Our rehabilitation team will work with patients to develop a transition plan and provide ongoing support as needed.

How can Physiotherapy and Onco-Rehabilitation help with cancer-related side effects such as Neuropathy or joint stiffness?

Physiotherapy and onco-rehabilitation can help alleviate cancer-related side effects such as neuropathy or joint stiffness by incorporating targeted exercises, manual therapy techniques, and pain management interventions to improve mobility, reduce pain, and enhance overall function. Our rehabilitation specialists will tailor the rehabilitation program to address specific side effects and individual needs.