InspireHealth has been leading comprehensive exercise programs for people with cancer in British Columbia for 10 years. A recent position statement in Australia notes that exercise should be regular practice
Following breast cancer treatment, complaints of upper body pain and dysfunction are common, especially in the early period following surgery, radiation or chemotherapy can cause damage to healthy muscle fibres,
The majority of oncologists agree that exercise is beneficial, important and safe for patients with cancer during treatment. Benefits include improved physical functioning, body composition, cardiopulmonary system functioning, appetite, sleep,
The muscles that support our posture play a constant game of tug-of-war. We live in a forward facing world. Things like walking, holding a steering wheel or book, eating our
Fuel to move. How proper nutrition and appropriate exercise make a powerful immune boosting team.
How exercise supports the immune system and how to keep active during the busy holidays.
Regular exercise has been associated with significant improvements to physical, mental, and emotional health, including, increasing energy, decreasing stress, helping you sleep more soundly, making it easier to carry laundry
Read an excerpt from the InspireHealth February Research Updates.