Research shows that exercise has many benefits both during and after cancer treatment. It can help with side effects, speed up recovery, and improve quality of life.
It’s also a great way for carers to improve their physical and mental wellbeing.
The videos below take you through a range of exercises to improve strength and flexibility.
Talk to your doctor before starting this or any other exercise program.
How will exercising help you?
How we can help
This program introduces survivors and carers to physical activity, healthy eating, and practical information, to help them adjust to life after cancer treatment.
This program provides survivors health coaching over the phone to help you get active, eat better and feel better. Available to people who have completed cancer treatment.
Learn more about the benefits of exercise, safety tips and how to exercise during treatment
Exercise physiologists and physiotherapists use exercise to help manage injury and chronic diseases. Learn about how they can help people with cancer.
You should talk to your doctor and/or exercise professional before you start any exercise program. Here are some good questions to ask them.