Recovery & Wellness
The road to cancer survivorship is a journey. Along the way, you may find yourself in a period of transition as you or a loved one search for a “new normal.” This search is often physically, mentally and emotionally exhausting. Let experienced Parkview exercise physiologists develop a plan tailored to your condition. This exercise program can significantly improve your quality of life with cancer and give you a sense of direction.
Parkview Comprehensive Cancer Center’s free educational programs are open to the public.
Healthy road to recovery
The road to recovery and wellness starts with a plan. Let experienced Parkview exercise physiologists develop a plan tailored to your condition. This exercise program can significantly improve your quality of life by:
Building muscle strength and stamina
Managing the side effects of treatment
Stimulating the immune system
Reducing the risk of recurrence for some cancers
Promoting cell efficiency, helping cells to stay healthy
Improving mood and outlook
Interested? What you need to know:
Physician referral is needed to participate in the program.
Group and individual exercise takes place in a relaxed, comfortable environment.
An initial assessment is required for evaluation of individual capabilities. Call (260)266-9206.
Fee: $3 per person per group session.
One-on-one sessions with a personal trainer are available at a cost of $25 per session.
The cancer exercise program is held on the Parkview Regional Medical Center Campus:
Parkview Comprehensive Cancer Center
Third floor, Wellness Suite
11143 Parkview Plaza Drive
Fort Wayne, Indiana 46845
For information, call (260) 266-9100.
Spiritual health is important to patients. That’s why Parkview offers chaplain support around the clock. Patients and families have access to chaplains to discuss spiritual matters or concerns and provide spiritual resources.
A quiet chapel is located on the second floor of Parkview Regional Medical Center and on the second floor of Parkview Hospital Randallia, just above the main lobby. Each chapel is available for quiet reflection or meditation 24 hours a day.
Home Health and Hospice
Parkview Home Health and Hospice addresses the physical, emotional and spiritual needs for patients and families in the last months of an incurable disease. The medically directed team of professionals and volunteers treats the whole person during the end stages of the illness and stays in contact with the family and caregivers following a loved one’s death.
These services may be provided in the patient’s home, in an extended-care facility or in cooperation with the local inpatient hospice facility.