Living Well Beyond Cancer: Ask Anything About Cancer Rehabilitation
ReVital Cancer Rehabilitation invites you to their next online survivor series event on Tuesday, February 7 from 2:00 PM to 2:30 PM .
Get your questions ready! Join us for an open conversation with Dr. Michael D. Stubblefield, MD as he discusses the following topics among other things:
- What cancer rehabilitation is and why it is so important for many individuals affected by cancer
- The common impairments ReVital Cancer Rehabilitation therapists can help to manage and overcome
- When cancer rehabilitation should be included in a treatment plan
- The role of physical therapists, occupational therapists, and speech language pathologists as cancer rehabilitation clinicians
Dr. Stubblefield will answer as many live questions as possible. For a better chance of having your question asked during the presentation, submit it through the ReVital social channels prior to the session. Check that out here: https://www.linkedin.com/company/revitalrehab/
This session will help you understand the “why” of cancer rehabilitation and how it is possible to maintain function and quality of life during cancer treatment and beyond.
Speaker: Dr. Michael Stubblefield, MDNational Medical Director, ReVital Cancer Rehabilitation
Dr. Michael D. Stubblefield is an internationally recognized leader in the field of cancer rehabilitation. His clinical expertise is in the identification, evaluation and rehabilitation of neuromuscular, musculoskeletal, pain and functional disorders resulting from cancer and its treatment. He is best known for managing cancer survivors with severe and complex late effects of treatment, particularly those caused by radiation treatment. Dr. Stubblefield has given hundreds of lectures nationally and internationally on a wide range of cancer rehabilitation and survivorship related topics. He has been listed as one of America’s top doctors, America’s top doctors for cancer, New York metro area’s top doctors and New Jersey’s top doctors by Castle Connolly for many years. He is an accomplished researcher who is widely published in the rehabilitation, oncology, pain management, palliative care, and neurophysiology literature.