Our cancer rehabilitation services support and educate people during and after cancer treatments. We offer practical and personalized exercise therapy, stress management, nutrition and counselling services.
Personal empowerment and choice are encouraged, supported and honored at InspireHealth. You will have the opportunity to work with our clinical team, to help you decide on a individualized plan that is specifically tailored to your unique needs and interests. We offer a comprehensive whole-person approach to care.
Clinical consultations are available with our team of health professionals, including Supportive Care Physicians, Dietitians, Exercise Therapists, and Clinical Counsellors. Available in person and via video conference or telephone. To book a consultation, please contact your nearest InspireHealth centre.
Facilitated by our clinical team, our programs focus on exercise, meditation, nutrition, stress reduction, healthy sleep practices, group sharing and healthy communication. Our programs help to reduce side-effects of cancer treatments and support overall health and well-being. We encourage you to bring your friends and family with you.
The LIFE Program
LIFE Webinar Series
Life Enhancing Advanced Program (LEAP)
Ongoing classes assist in integrating simple and helpful approaches to optimize health and provide a whole person approach to health and well-being. Class instructors take into account each participant’s unique circumstances. Classes are available for patient and support members. Please check your class schedule for your local centre and contact your centre to reserve your place. For online classes and programs (webinars) please sign-up online, see upcoming webinars.
Online Canada – virtual consultations & classes
Online Canada – our innovative virtual centre provides access to medical guidance, classes and programs online, as well as offering an outreach component to remote and rural communities. This program provides care and support in a way that is convenient for you through online webinars and “virtual visits”, removing the need to travel to a major centre to receive services.