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While we strive to offer our services for free, there are some geographic locations where we don’t have funding. In those instances, we use a self-pay method.

One-Time Coaching Consultation

To help get you started on the right foot for your cancer treatment journey, we offer a one-time coaching appointment with one of our certified exercise oncology trainers. During this appointment, baseline measurements will be made, and client will be educated on the journey ahead. Recommendations for exercise and physical activity will be made.

Personalized Exercise Program

Based on the results from your one-time coaching consultation, we will develop a personalized exercise prescription for you to complete on your own. This will be a 12-week program and will meet the American College of Sports Medicine recommendations for exercise oncology. We will include cardiovascular training, resistance training, and flexibility exercises. Program will be adapted according to equipment available and can be completed at home or in a gym.

12-weeks of Individualized Exercise Programming

Following a referral, patients first undergo a comprehensive fitness assessment, where we measure the following: cardiorespiratory fitness, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, body composition, health-related quality of life, and symptom severity (e.g. pain, fatigue, anxiety, depression, etc). In addition, we obtain a full medical and cancer history on the patient and physician clearance to exercise before the initiation of any exercise program.

Based on the results of the initial assessment, an exercise prescription is developed. This intervention is individualized according to the patient’s current health status and goals, and are in-line with ACSM’s published guidelines on exercise for cancer patients. Exercise duration and intensity are systematically progressed, as the patient is able to tolerate.

All sessions are completed virtually, one-on-one with a trainer who holds a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in an Exercise Science-related field and a nationally-accredited Exercise Oncology Instructor certification. At the completion of each 12-week session, the patient completes the comprehensive fitness assessment again, to measure for progress and to guide future exercise programming.