Too many people are living with side effects of breast cancer that can be prevented & alleviated with rehabilitation; although the medical interventions are necessary the presence and severity of side effects don't have to be.
Watching my own mother, best friend, and patients navigate cancer treatment, I have seen how these side effects can leave people feeling physically broken and unable to perform the activities that they love doing most in life.
Over, the years I have poured myself into understanding medical interventions, researching explanations for side effects, developing rehab treatment protocols, and figuring out how to screen and prevent these side effects from occurring. I believe that we are stronger together & there is much work to be done.
It is an honor to work in this field & collaborate with others who are passionate & dedicated to helping people who have/had breast cancer & the evolution of cancer care.