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The need for education and a strong support network for both people with cancer and their families and friends is vital in the lead up to, during and post cancer treatment.
Research has shown that maintaining a regular exercise routine along with a healthy, balanced diet throughout treatment can have many positive effects, from improving energy, mood and cognition, to preserving muscle mass and helping manage side effects of treatment. These can all contribute to improved patient recovery.
Patients will participate in initial consultations with an Exercise Physiologist and Nutritionist/Dietitian to determine the most effective treatment pathway. Patient-centred care is a key component of all Brellah programs, and we will ensure you are always included in your treatment options.
Please contact us to discuss the best program option for you.
Many consultations qualify for Medicare, DVA, private health insurance or home care package rebates. Chat to our team to understand more about your reimbursement options.
Patients with prostate cancer who are currently prescribed ELIGARD may be eligible for program funding via the EliPLUS program. Consult with your Oncology Specialist to enrol.
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Who can attend?
This program has been designed specifically for those who:
How long does the program run for?
Our Cancer Care Program is a rolling, bi-weekly exercise and education program that runs for 12 weeks.
When are class times?
Wednesdays and Fridays at 11:30am
Do I need a referral to attend the Cancer Program?
A referral from your Oncologist or Physician with your relevant medical history and clearance to exercise is required. You may be eligible for a Medicare rebate for some of your 1-on-1 sessions, or DVA for 1-on-1 and group. Please check with your usual GP or arrange to see a Brellah GP to find out if you are eligible for a care plan.
Can I use private health to claim for these classes?
Many private health insurers cover our 1-on-1 and group sessions through their extras cover. Please check your level of cover with your insurance provider.
Who will form part of my treatment team?
In most situations, your treatment team will include your Oncologist, as well as an Exercise Physiologist, Dietitian or Nutritionist and a Mental Health Professional.
How long do I need to attend the program for?
To gain the most from the program, we recommend attending as consistently as possible for the full 12 weeks.
We will also work alongside your GP and/or oncologist throughout to determine the most suitable plan for you.
What should I bring and wear?
We suggest wearing comfortable shoes and clothes to your initial consultations. We also recommend bringing any medical records with you, a list of current medications, and your Medicare and Private Health fund cards.
Do you have parking available?
Yes, we have free on-site car parking at the front and rear of the building. We also have disabled parking and lift access.
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