Free Cancer Care

Help YourSelf for Free

Research proves Therapy helps with ALL these common problems!

The cost-free “missing link” is a Physician Referral to insurance-paid Therapy. Ask your doctor for referrals to put You on the path to recovery!

Why not help yourSelf? For free!

You, family, friend, and/or partners can help by requesting a referral to insurance-paid therapy AS SOON AS YOU — OR YOUR LOVED ONE — GET a CANCER DIAGNOSIS.

If you are a medical professional, PORI provides the absolute best and most up to date education for cancer rehabilitation.  Click this Link to learn more.

Free Therapy Facts

Insurance will pay for your therapy. Cancer patients can receive Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy. Physicians often neglect to send the cancer patient to therapy, so ask if you (or your loved one) can go to therapy.

 

Here are some important reminders:

 

Cancer related fatigue (CRF) is the biggest problem reported by cancer patients. The best evidence-based cure for CRF is exercise. The sooner you begin an exercise program, the better. Request a referral to Physical Therapy to get started on your exercise program as soon as you receive a cancer diagnosis.

— Cancer patients fall down more than anyone else. Physical Therapists are experts in fall prevention. Request a referral to Physical Therapy as soon as you receive a cancer diagnoses.

— There is no endpoint to strengthening for any cancer diagnoses. If you want to get stronger, Physical Therapy can help. Request a referral to Physical Therapy as soon as you receive a cancer diagnoses.

— Cancer patients who have difficulty maintaining weight, eating, bathing, cooking, toileting, etc. can improve with Occupational Therapy. If you notice any of these problems, request a referral to Occupational Therapy for you or your loved one.

— Cancer patients (particularly those that receive Chemotherapy) may have problems with cognitive deficits, word finding, writing, and problem solving. If you notice any of these problems request referral to Speech Therapy.

Insurance will pay for Cancer patients to receive Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy. Physicians often neglect to send the cancer patient to therapy.