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How diet can support your recovery from cancer

There’s increasing awareness among Australians about the role of diet in reducing the risk of cancer, and simple changes such as boosting your consumption of vegetables, fruit and wholegrain foods can have a lasting impact.

Medication Matters

Patients often face a bewildering regime of tablets and medications that need to be taken at various time and days.

Fatigue is a common symptom for people with cancer. Learn how to combat the symptoms. Image of two women sitting on a park bench.

The impact of fatigue on psychological wellbeing

When fatigue isn’t managed effectively it can spiral into low mood or anxiety and depression, which is why it is important to have an effective fatigue management plan in place.

Supporting the psychological wellbeing of cancer patients

Adjusting to a cancer diagnosis takes time and the journey can be jarring. Valion Health Clinical Psychologist Rebecca Van Lloy talks about what you may experience and the steps you can take to safeguard your psychological wellbeing at this complex time.

Maintaining Balance at Tipping Point

Feeling wobbly? With so much emphasis on physical health right now, it’s all too easy to overlook your mental health, that precious, fragile thing that keeps us going day-after-day.

Pandemic Fatigue

Sleepy? Struggling to motivate? Wondering where all your energy has gone? Join the club. According to the Mental Health Commission pandemic fatigue is real.

Bony Metastases and Exercise

When exercising with bone metastases, or bony lesions it’s important to work with an exercise professional to guide safe and effective exercise prescription. Learn from Jeannette, one of the Valion Health exercise physiology team.

Diet and Cancer FAQ

Learn about some of the common cancer and nutrition questions and best practice advice from Sharonne, an Accredited Practicing Dietitian with expertise in cancer care.

Pelvic Floor, Recovery and Exercise

What is the pelvic floor? If your pelvic floor has been impacted by treatment it’s important to work with an exercise professional to guide safe and effective exercise prescription.

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