Cancer Prehabilitation

Cancer prehabilitation is a process on the continuum of care that occurs between the time of cancer diagnosis and the beginning of acute treatment such as chemotherapy, radiotherapy, immunotherapy and surgery. The baseline often includes physical and psychological assessments that establish a baseline functional level, identify impairments, and provide targeted interventions that improve a patient’s health to reduce the incidence and the severity of current and future impairments.

A growing body of scientific evidence supports preparing newly diagnosed cancer patients for and optimising their health before starting acute treatments. Our cancer prehab programme is delivered virtually from the comfort and safety of the patient’s home and personalised to their clinical need, ability, baseline fitness, expectations, and beliefs. It helps patients recover faster, return to their usual activities and hobbies earlier, and help tackle side effects such as fatigue and low mood often resulting from cancer treatments.

Cancer Prehab

Cancer Prehab Programme Benefits 

Our cancer prehab programme is delivered virtually from the comfort and safety of patients’ home and personalised to their clinical need, ability, baseline fitness, expectations and beliefs. It helps patients recover faster, go back to their usual activities and hobbies earlier, and help tackle side effects such as fatigue and low mood often resulting from the treatments for cancer.

Our innovative and proprietary method of provisioning cancer prehab programmes enables wide scale and cost efficient optimisation of patients that result in faster recovery and significant overall improvements in health-related quality of life for patients. It creates potential for substantial savings for Insurers and Providers.

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