Cancer recovery therapy mainly concerns patients recovering from breast cancer surgery and other surgery cancers causes scarring.
Lesions left by surgery: exeresis, ganglion drain, mastectomy, skin reconstruction, etc.
– Hypertrophic, retractile and painful scars
– Slight, chronic or residual lymphedema in the arms or legs
– Associated loss of mobility
– Peripheral neuropathy, prickling, numbness
– Preparation for, and recovery after, breast reconstruction.
– Accelerates scar healing, improves elasticity, less fibrosis and adherence
– Improves vein and lymph circulation
– Erythema, desquamation, keratoses, scleroderma, chronic radiodermatitis
– Telangiectasis: vascular dilation of skin or eyes
– Pigmentation problems
– Oral and/or genital mucosistis, xerostomia (dry mouth), dysphagia (difficulty swallowing)
– Renews skin and increases elasticity
– Regenerates and soothes mucus
– Drip or oral treatment: adjuvant, targeted therapy, maintenance chemo (Xeloda, Tarceva, Erbitux, Herceptin, etc.)
– Persistent dry skin and mucus (oral, digestive, genital)
– Folliculitis, cracked skin, paronychia
– Pruritus, tightness
– Palmo-plantar syndrome, acneiform eruptions
– Rehydrates skins and improves elasticity
– Soothes mucuses
– Repairs nails
– Improves scalp condition and enhances regrowth
General conditions associated with the end of cancer treatment:
– Fatigue, anxiety about remission
– Loss of self-confidence
– Need to relearn how to take care of the body: water, welcoming element, enveloping, gentle
– Need to share experience with other cancer patients and patients suffering from other conditions
Spa treatment is an intermediate and gradual phase between the cocoon-like hospital environment of the hospital and the solitude of home.