Froedtert South is a leader in cardiovascular care. We provide the latest tests and procedures to diagnose and treat heart and vascular conditions.
Orthopedic care you can count on from a team you can trust
Patients work with a physician-lead interdisciplinary team that includes physical therapists, occupational therapists, lymphedema specialists, and speech-language pathologists. All team members are specially trained in and dedicated to working with people who have cancer.
What is the CanWin Program?
The “CanWIN” exercise program is a strength and fitness program for people who are receiving cancer treatment or who have recently completed cancer treatment.
Participants in the “CanWIN” exercise program work to develop strength, increase flexibility and endurance, and improve their capacity to perform the activities of daily living.
The “CanWIN” exercise program may also reduce the severity of cancer side effects, prevent undesired weight changes and improve the participant’s energy levels and self-esteem.
A final goal of the “CanWIN” program is to provide the participant with a personalized exercise program that can have a positive impact on the quality of life.
The Occupational Therapy Department at United Hospital System offers a comprehensive lymphedema treatment and management program. Our lymphedema specialists are trained in the treatment of both upper and lower extremity lymphedema, and will help you develop an individualized program.
Components of the program include lymph drainage massage, compression garments, proper skin care, exercise and education.
In addition, a lymphedema specialist works with each patient’s primary care physician
or oncologist to ensure a continuum of care.
What is the Cancer
Due to improved cancer interventions, people diagnosed with cancer are receiving successful treatment and are able to return to normal the activities of daily living.
The Cancer Center Rehabilitation Program at United Hospital System helps individuals and their families learn to adapt to the effects of cancer and its treatment. The goal is to improve the quality of life and regain maximum independence throughout the continuum of care.