Webinar: What to Know About Exercising With MesotheliomaHealth & Wellness
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Join The Mesothelioma Center on Dec. 6 at 8 p.m. ET to learn how you can exercise safely before, during and after mesothelioma treatment. Dr. Diana Molinares, director of oncology rehabilitation medicine at Sylvester Cancer Center in Miami, will explain and discuss recommended exercises, their benefits and considerations.
Many people with asbestos-related illnesses may be unaware of the significant benefits that exercise can offer. Learning how to safely add more activity to your daily routine can improve your overall health and increase the effectiveness of treatment.
The webinar will cover the benefits of exercise, sample exercise routines for patients with different types of mesothelioma, safety considerations and questions to ask your doctor.
A live Q&A will follow the presentation, where Molinares will answer audience questions. Registering with a Patient Advocate will also guarantee you receive a webinar recording via email.
Tips You’ll Learn About Exercise and Fitness During the Webinar
Molinares has extensive experience working with cancer patients to improve their exercise ability and fitness. She is an expert in guiding patients through physical health plans as they navigate their mesothelioma treatment and recovery.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- How different types of mesothelioma affect exercise.
- How exercise benefits mesothelioma patients.
- How to know whether exercise is safe for you.
- The best beginner-level exercises.
- What equipment you may need.
- Which questions to ask your doctor about fitness.
You’ll also learn more advanced strategies for improving your physical health while living with mesothelioma. These techniques include learning:
- How to add more activity to your daily regimen.
- Ways to supplement your fitness journey.
- Which muscle groups to focus on.
Almost anyone with cancer can incorporate some form of exercise into daily life. By improving your physical fitness and overall well-being, you’ll be more equipped to tolerate treatment. Other benefits include:
Talking to your doctor is the best way to know which exercises will benefit you most and when to start them. This webinar will help prepare you for that conversation with the knowledge and resources you need to start your fitness journey.
Who Should Attend the Mesothelioma Exercise Webinar?
Consider attending if you or a loved one has been diagnosed with mesothelioma and you are:
- Curious about the types of exercises that might benefit you.
- Interested in the benefits of exercise for cancer patients.
- Looking to improve your physical fitness.
- Struggling with side effects of treatment or cancer-related pain.
- Considering surgery or another aggressive mesothelioma treatment.
Exercise and fitness are vital to managing your cancer and improving your quality of life. If you have questions about exercises for mesothelioma patients, you can ask them during a live Q&A at the end of the webinar.