For some cancer survivors, exercise is more than just a way to keep their bodies moving – it’s a way to restore their health and help them feel like themselves again. Yoga has allowed survivor Teresa McLeod to maintain functionality, reduce stress and cultivate peace, and now she’s sharing her yoga expertise with CARTI patients.
The Cancer 101 is offered to provide tools and knowledge to empower patients and their care or support partners to take control over their diagnosis. Educational discussions will take place with patients and their care or support partners in regard to chemotherapy, radiation therapy and tackling a new or reoccurring diagnosis.
Genetics and Risk Management Educational Workshop
The CARTI Genetics and Risk Management clinic is a team of knowledgeable clinicians that are up to date on the latest genetics and risk management information. This workshop provides education on the awareness of evaluating your family health history and talking about the risks of inherited cancer. The risk management portion provides education on screening and managing the potential risks.
Daily Appointments Available
CARTI’s Massage Therapy offers oncology massage therapists that are specifically trained to provide individualized massage treatment to comfort and support patients throughout their cancer journey.
Eating Well During Cancer Treatment
Meets Twice Monthly
This wellness workshop educates patients, family members and the community on healthy eating habits while going through chemotherapy, radiation or even during remission.
Art can serve as a connection between the mind, emotions and the body. CARTI’s Healing Arts Support Group focuses on helping you heal on every level. Facilitated by Virmarie DePoyster, an educator who develops therapeutic art programs, providing safe spaces for self-reflection. Learn more about Virmarie DePoyster.