Gilda's Club Madison - Moving Well: Survivorship of GI Cancer

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Name: Gilda's Club Madison - Moving Well: Survivorship of GI Cancer
Date: April 6, 2017
Time: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM CDT
Event Description:

This presentation will be conducted by 2nd year physical therapy students from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  Information will be presented related to survivorship of colon, pancreatic, and rectal cancer focusing on: re-introduction to and the benefits of exercise; peripheral neuropathy; and managing stress and anxiety.  You will have the opportunity to participate in a basic balance screen, practice exercises, and be lead through a guided meditation.  Participants should come dressed in comfortable clothing that allows you to move with less restrictions.

Presenters are:

·      John Krzemienski

·      Angela Wales

·      Ian Connors

·      Naomi Fisher

Gilda's Club Madison
7907 UW Health Court
Middleton, WI 53562
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