Supportive therapies help improve your quality of life as you during and after treatment for brain tumors. They are designed to help you cope with your diagnosis, control symptoms and side effects, and improve your mental and emotional health.
We offer a wide range of therapies to care for all your needs, including:
- Pain management
- Palliative Care
- Nutrition Counseling
- Psychological Care and Counseling
Supportive therapies can improve your physical, mental, and emotional health. Whether you are undergoing therapy after surgery or coping with side effects of chemotherapy, supportive therapies help improve the way you feel.
We strive to help all our patients lead the best lives possible during and after treatment.
Why Choose Us?
Groundbreaking brain tumor treatment. Experts from Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center and UHealth make up one of the largest and most complete teams for brain tumor treatment in the United States. Through multi-disciplinary cooperation, our team employs innovative procedures like awake craniotomies, Gamma Knife® radiosurgery, and many other techniques. We use the least invasive neurosurgical techniques on both adults and children, which reduces recovery time and makes a significant difference in your quality of life.
Dedicated brain tumor experts. Your care team consists of specialized physicians and researchers who are committed to brain tumor care. Your team may include neurosurgeons, neuro-oncologists, radiation oncologists, neuropathologists, and other physicians who focus solely on treating brain tumors. Their years of experience and expertise help you find the right treatment for you.
International leaders in brain tumor care. We play a vital role in the community, thanks to our groundbreaking research and patient care for people in Florida, the Caribbean, and Central and South America. We’re turning Miami into the healthcare capital of the Americas. We’re creating one of the premier brain tumor centers in the country.
Concierge service. Our patients do not have to figure it all out alone. You are assigned a concierge coordinator who is there for you and your family while you are in our care. They connect you with other providers you may need, walk you through the surgery process, and can answer any questions you or your family may have.