Welcome to the APTA Michigan Oncology Rehabilitation Special Interest Group (SIG).
The APTA Michigan Oncology Rehabilitation SIG was created in effort to increase physical therapy educational events, research, and treatment in the context of oncology rehabilitation. Our goal is to provide a base of communication and collaboration among SIG members in order to provide optimal physical therapy services to our oncology patients. We look forward to your involvement and contribution!
Resource LinksMichigan Cancer Consortium
If you have any suggestions for topics or if you find an article and want to forward it to us for a review, please email Deb Doherty
Marshall, T. F., Zipp, G. P., Battaglia, F., Moss, R., & Bryan, S. (2017). Chemotherapy-induced-peripheral neuropathy, gait and fall risk in older adults following cancer treatment. Journal of Cancer Research and Practice, 4(4), 134-138.
Silver, J. K., Baima, J., & Mayer, R. S. (2013). Impairmentâ€�driven cancer rehabilitation: an essential component of quality care and survivorship. CA: a cancer journal for clinicians, 63(5), 295-317.
Cheville, A. L., Mustian, K., Winters-Stone, K., Zucker, D. S., Gamble, G. L., & Alfano, C. M. (2017). Cancer rehabilitation: an overview of current need, delivery models, and levels of care. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics, 28(1), 1-17.
Pauli, N., Svensson, U., Karlsson, T., & Finizia, C. (2016). Exercise intervention for the treatment of trismus in head and neck cancerâ€“a prospective two-year follow-up study. Acta Oncologica, 55(6), 686-692.
Carli, F., Gillis, C., & Scheede-Bergdahl, C. (2017). Promoting a culture of prehabilitation for the surgical cancer patient. Acta Oncologica, 56(2), 128-133.
Clifford, B. K., Mizrahi, D., Sandler, C. X., Barry, B. K., Simar, D., Wakefield, C. E., & Goldstein, D. (2018). Barriers and facilitators of exercise experienced by cancer survivors: a mixed methods systematic review. Supportive Care in Cancer, 1-16.