Session 4

  2019-20

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Hear some of the research-based evidence that will keep people on their aromatase inhibitors for 10 years.

 

Getting more oxygen to these tissues is helping to reduce the side -effect experience and improve quality of life.

Jessica Bertram, a ReVital (tm)  physical therapist, Texas, USA.

Connect for local services in USA

Melanie Weller, physical therapist, understands body alignment and how misalignment can affect the vagus nerve. This nerve is important for gut function and much, much more.

 

Experience the use of breathing deeply using "unwind" exercises, which in turn can decompress the vagus nerve.

Online training and coaching.

https://melanie-weller.mykajabi.com/lead-generator

Naomi Aaronson, an occupational therapist, and Pilates instructor explains the background to Pilates and it's application to recovery especially after breast cancer surgery.

Practice the pilates breath pattern with Naomi.

Naomi hopes you understand how hard it is for her to sit still - it was Halloween and lots of action outside on the streets and in the air.

Amy  Tyler, an oncology massage therapist describes the difference between different massage therapies, so you can better navigate finding the right therapist for you.

Hear the ;latest research of how hand massage can help with the sensory changes in the hands associated with some cancer meds.

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Services supporting hope

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Find a cancer-trained therapist

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A new online project to support recovery

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Clothing supporting  Australian indigenous artists