Exercising During and After Cancer Treatment

Research have shown that exercise may help reduce the risk of recurrence in cancer patients.1-2 It has also been shown to help elevate mood, reduce anxiety, improve sleep, boost energy, and help reduce symptoms of treatment-related side effects, such as fatigue and neuropathy.

We care about your recovery after cancer treatment. Staying physically active is an important part of your recovery and rehabilitation. MarinHealth is committed to providing easy access to exercise videos and more in the comfort of your own home.

*It is important to speak with your provider before starting any exercise program.

Exercise Resources

Exercise Videos

MarinHealth Medical Center
Meditation Seminars

Massachusetts General Hospital: Exercise Videos for Cancer Patients

Karen Wonders: Exercise through Cancer Care

MD Anderson Cancer Center - Exercises for Cancer Patients

Moffit Cancer Center: Gentle Yoga
in the Chair

Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center Presents: Yoga Nidra

John Hopkins Medicine: LiveWell
After Breast Cancer Cardio Workout

John Hopkins Medicine: LiveWell
After Breast Cancer Yoga Workout

1 Campbell KL, Winters-Stone KM, Wiskemann J, et al. Exercise guidelines for cancer survivors: consensus statement from international multidisciplinary roundtable. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2019; 51: 2375- 2390. doi:10.1249/MSS.0000000000002116

2 Moore SC, et al. Leisure-time physical activity and risk of 26 types of cancer in 1.44 million adults. JAMA Internal Medicine. May 16, 2016. DOI:10.1001/jamainternmed.2016.1548.

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