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          Surgery for cancer can result in any of the functional disabilities, such as loss of speech, loss or limitation of mobility of an arm or leg, or severe general debility. It is essential to restore the cancer patient to the maximum possible functional capacity, either through exercises involving the affected part of the body or by providing prostheses and artificial appliances to substitute the lost part, so as to duplicate normal functions to the maximum extent possible. Early physical activity leads to the early movement of the patient. It also helps increase the participation of the patient in the daily routine activities with decreased dependency on the caretakers. It also helps to reduce functional difficulties related to work.

Pain, ADL impairments

Pain Management – TENS, IFT, LWD, SWD, LASER, Functional and ADL training


Pelvic floor exercises, stimulation

Neuromuscular Weakness

Strength, Endurance, Aerobic Exercise

Respiratory Distress

Chest Physiotherapy

Swallow / Speech impairments

Swallow & Speech Therapy for Voice Restoration

Stress & Anxiety, Cognitive Rehabilitation

Relaxation exercises, Pilates, Yoga, Meditation, Pranayama, Counseling

Post-Surgery Contracture & Deformity

Balance, Gait Training


Lymphedema Management, Intermittent compression device, Compression Garments/Sleeves


Wheel Chair, Assistive / Adaptive Devices/ Aids/Appliances/Prosthesis & Orthosis
Restorative /Palliative care