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What does your morning routine consist of? Perhaps showering, getting dressed and eating breakfast. These tasks we perform on a daily basis can prove challenging for people who have undergone cancer treatment. If you have difficulty performing routine tasks, an occupational therapist can help you gain back independence and improve quality of life.
Besides cancer, occupational therapists help patients with the following conditions:
Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA), a national network of fully-accredited cancer hospitals,
offers some of the most advanced treatments and technologies for fighting cancer. CTCA doctors have expertise
in treating most types of cancer, while specializing in complex and advanced cases. They work as a team,
alongside cancer experts from multiple disciplines, to keep patients strong in body, mind and spirit.
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