Approximately one quarter of all cancer patients suffer from chronic insomnia. This can present as difficulty falling asleep, waking throughout the night, or awakening early in the morning with the inability to fall back to sleep. Sleep disturbance and deprivation, as well [...]
2021 in review
by Dr. Karen Wonders Wow – what a year! I suppose after the craziness of 2020, most would say that the only way to go from there was up…but in reality, 2020 wasn’t all that bad for Maple Tree. It brought us [...]
Yes, we still do virtual appointments!
by Matt Stemley At Maple Tree, we LOVE exercise, but we admit there can be some challenges associated with getting started. Barriers to in-person training include; commitment to coming into a hospital for exercise sessions, patients may have a fear of going [...]
Doable and Incremental
by Kaleb Holbrook Testimonial alert! Here at Maple Tree, we want nothing but the best experience and improvements for our patients. One way we can ensure this is by providing our patients with testimonial surveys to fill out. In the spotlight today [...]
The Compound Effect of Exercise
by Ben Kutz Let's talk about getting started – not just with exercise... as it pertains to ANY productive habit with exercise as an example. You can probably think of lots of things you wanted to work on or learn that would [...]
Inspiration for your Holiday week!
by Sara Rice This week I wanted to share a story about a Maple Tree Cancer Alliance participant from Florida that has used exercise as a means to curb a chronic disease, lose weight, and stay active during their chemotherapy. We always [...]