Dr. Ben Connolly

What To Know About the Cancer Survivorship Program

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So, you’ve made it through your chemo, your radiation, and/or your surgery and your cancer is under control. Maybe you’ve even been considered cancer-free. But after any hard-hitting, drawn out battle - you’re drained of energy, your body aches, and you find it hard to think straight.

Unfortunately, now that your cancer has been taken care of, you have difficulty getting in to see your doctor about other issues, such as memory trouble or fatigue. Or you see your health care team, but they just say, “Give it time and you’ll feel better.”

But you wonder, how much time? And how much better will I feel?

You will have fewer hospital visits and scans, which is great because they were very time consuming, but now you’re not sure what will keep the cancer from returning and how you will know if it happens. There are just so many questions and concerns that have been left unaddressed and you just want to do something.

You’re motivated to feel better, and maybe even superior to how you felt before you got cancer. Furthermore, you want to do everything in your power to keep cancer from returning. If you’re looking for an easy, informative, and all-encompassing way to learn how to feel great and to improve your chances staying cancer-free, this is a course that you should invest in for yourself.

What should you know about the Cancer Survivorship Course?

It’s easy to access and maintain

This course is available completely online with access to videos, slideshows and handouts. It can be accessed at any time that is convenient to you, and includes a lifelong membership, so you’ll always maintain access to the materials.

It’s educational

You will be provided with information regarding the biochemical processes that will occur in your body during this process, as well as the mechanism of actions and reasons as to why you may be feeling the way you feel. We will also outline how our recommendations will work on your body.

It encompasses many aspects of health: mental, emotional, physical

We will discuss how to combat the mental (brain fog, memory loss, concentration problems), emotional (low mood, anxiety, relationship troubles), and physical (digestive issues, pain, fatigue) effects that occur after cancer treatment and how to improve these factors to increase your chances of maintaining a high quality of life and to keep cancer at bay.

It’s safe if you’re still on medications

If you’re still on medications for hormone therapy or immune therapy, our suggestions are still safe if taken under our guidance and any supplement manufacturer’s directions.

If you have an interest in learning more about this course, contact us today to schedule a complimentary 15-minute meet and greet or to get started.

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