Oncology Massage

Oncology Massage is a gentle and specialized form of massage therapy tailored to meet the unique needs of individuals undergoing cancer treatment or in cancer recovery. Recognizing the physical and emotional challenges associated with cancer, oncology massage therapists undergo specialized training to understand the complexities of cancer and its treatments. During an oncology massage session, therapists adapt their techniques to accommodate the client’s specific medical history, treatment protocols, and any physical limitations or side effects they may be experiencing.

The benefits of oncology massage extend beyond physical relaxation and pain relief to include emotional support, stress reduction, and improved quality of life for individuals affected by cancer. By providing compassionate touch and creating a safe and nurturing environment, oncology massage helps alleviate anxiety, depression, and fatigue commonly experienced during cancer treatment. Additionally, massage can help manage treatment-related symptoms such as nausea, neuropathy, and lymphedema, promoting overall well-being and enhancing the body’s natural healing process.

Also see: Manual Lymph Drainage and Zero Balancing