To learn more about cancer survivorship research at Sylvester, please call 305-243-3329 or
email Survivorship Research.
Cancer takes a toll on your mind and body. Our Cancer Rehabilitation Services and Medicine program helps you get back to feeling like you.
What is cancer rehabilitation?
Cancer rehabilitation helps you become more active, mobile, and independent in your day-to-day life and well into your survivorship journey. Our team assess common cancer treatment symptoms, from cancer-related fatigue and functional pain to neuropathies and musculoskeletal dysfunctions.
Common conditions treated include:
- Arm, leg, or joint pain due to cancer, metastases, or prior cancer treatment
- Back pain due to cancer, metastases, or prior cancer treatment
- Bowel or bladder incontinence
- Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy
- Cognitive (thinking) issues
- Deconditioning, weakness, or fatigue
- Neck or shoulder pain
- Nerve dysfunction
- Sexual dysfunction
- Swallowing issues
- Trouble opening your mouth (trismus)
- Trouble speaking
- Trouble walking or keeping your balance
Meet Your Cancer Rehabilitation Team
Our team includes cancer rehabilitation doctors, occupational therapists, physical therapists, speech-language pathologists, rehabilitation psychologists, social workers, nurses and nurse navigators, and exercise physiologists.
Dr. Diana Molinares
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Dr. Laura Huang
Electrodiagnostic Medicine, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
If you would like to receive care from our team, ask your Sylvester care team about our services, or contact us directly at 305-243-6605.
Located at Sylvester’s main campus and across our satellite locations.