Physical therapy is a common therapy used for a variety of reasons. You or someone you know may have seen a physical therapist to treat an ankle sprain, carpal tunnel syndrome or rehabilitation following a hip replacement or knee surgery. But did you know that physical therapy is also used to help cancer patients manage side effects?
Join in on this month’s webinar to learn all about how physical therapy can assist in the management of colorectal cancer. Alaina Newell, physical therapist, gave us a preview during a podcast and will spend the hour discussing the benefits and misconceptions of this type of treatment in our webinar.
Your registration is important. Even if you can’t attend live, we’ll share the slides, video & audio of the presentation directly to you!
About the Presenter
Alaina Newell PPT, DPT, WCS, CLT-LANA
Alaina received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, PA in 2012. She completed her Women’s Health residency at UPMC and joined the team in 2014. She is one of the few Board Certified Women’s Health Clinical Specialists in the Denver Metro.
Alaina is also a Certified Lymphedema Therapist from the Lymphology Association of North America.She enjoys treated a wide variety of oncological diagnoses from melanoma, pancreatic, bladder, ovarian to breast cancer as well as Women’s Health needs secondary to oncological diagnosis including urinary urgency, gastrointestinal dysfunction, pelvic pain and postural dysfunction.
What Can Physical Therapy Do to Help Manage CRC Side Effects?
Your registration is important - even if you can't attend live we'll share the slides, video & audio of the presentation directly to you!