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Caring for Prostate Cancer Survivors

A Biopsychosocial Approach in Physiotherapy and Oncology Practice
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This much-needed, holistic resource is an integrated whole-body approach to the treatment of prostate cancer survivors. Based on the latest research in men's health, this book goes beyond the biological and surgical implications of prostate cancer treatment and offers invaluable insight into the psychological and social factors of the recovery process including behavioural changes, mental health, pelvic floor muscle training, general exercises, relaxation, and stretches.
Complete with practical strategies and handouts, this book is ideal for physiotherapists, prostate cancer survivors and their families, as well as healthcare workers interested in expanding their knowledge in the second most common form of cancer in men worldwide, this is an essential resource that provides actionable advice and an expansive approach to recovery.
  • Published: Apr 18 2024
  • Pages: 240
  • 228 x 152mm
  • ISBN: 9781839976698
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Press Reviews

  • Dr Larry Goldenberg, CM, OBC, MD FRCSC, FCAHS, Jarislowski Professor of Urologic Sciences, VGH and UBC, Director of Supportive Care, Vancouver Prostate Centre

    This comprehensive, well-researched and evidence-based book is written by a compassionate and empathetic healthcare provider whose skills have helped many men in our community. Dr Hughes connects the dots with a biopsychosocial approach that should be the model for all supportive care programs. The total patient and family care paradigm will be much improved if all caregivers read this book and practiced this personalized approach.