Before you begin cancer treatment, rehabilitation can help you build strength and endurance.
While you are undergoing treatment, it can help you maintain physical well-being and reduce discomfort.
After treatment, it can help you regain function and strength.
At Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute, our Cancer rehabilitation Program addresses your unique needs at each stage of your treatment and survivorship. These may include lymphedema, fatigue, musculoskeletal pain, joint stiffness, weakness, cognitive problems, balance problems, and issues with communication, swallowing or eating.
Cancer rehabilitation sites address the unique health and quality-of-life issues of cancer survivors who are undergoing treatment or living with the side effects of cancer treatment. Read Marlene's story.
Managing Lymphedema Associated with Head & Neck Cancer (Conquer Magazine - authored by Nancy Hutchison, MD)
Life after breast cancer: Get stronger with exercise (Healthy Set Go)
KARE 11: Cancer patients enter 'prehab'
Twin Cities Public Television: Late in life: Cancer in between
Star Tribune: After chemo it's not time to take it easy - aerobics and a 5K
Nancy Hutchison, MD, explains how rehabilitation makes a difference in patients' lives.
Minnesota Physician: Cancer rehabilitation and survivorship
Minnesota Health Care News: Q&A
We work closely with the Courage Kenny Research Center to conduct cancer rehabilitation research. These ground-breaking efforts will enhance the lives of persons served both inside and outside of Allina Health for years to come.
Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute
Liat Goldman, MD, Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute
Call a location to make an appointment or to ask about cancer rehabilitation services at that site.
612-863-21231-866-223-0149 (If you are outside the metro area.)
Buffalo Hospital 763-684-3888
New Ulm Medical Center 507-217-5173
Owatonna Hospital 507-977-2150
River Falls Area Hospital (Wisconsin) 715-307-6050
Before your first appointment, we may ask you to complete one of these forms:
Cancer rehabilitation and lymphedema
Edema or lymphedema (non-cancer)
The information you share will help us address your unique needs.