Cancer rehabilitation is a doctor-supervised program for people, who have undergone treatment for cancer. It is designed to help patients return to their daily chores with comfort. People who have survived cancer may have physical, emotional, and social issues that affect their quality of life. Cancer rehabilitation programs can often improve function, reduce pain, and improve the mental and emotional wellbeing of cancer survivors.
Ucchvas strives to provide a cancer rehabilitation program that meets the needs of the individual patient depending on the specific type of cancer and treatment, while improving the quality of life. Active involvement of the patient and family is vital for the success of the program.