Phone: (03) 9813 2189


Welcome Sarah Newton from Peter MacCallum

I am so excited to welcome Accredited Exercise Physiologist Sarah Newton from Peter Mccallum Cancer Centre to our Moving Beyond Cancer Camberwell practice.

Sarah brings with her a wealth of oncology knowledge and a gentle and friendly approach.

Sarah and I will be working closely together to further enhance our collective knowledge and exercise physiology service.

Sarah will be consulting on Mondays for assessments and one on one sessions as well as running the Monday Prostate Cancer exercise group and Breast Cancer exercise group.

Please phone the clinic on 8823 8307 if you would like to make an appointment or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

CANCER RELATED FATIGUE in blood cancers.

The most common and perhaps most debilitating of all the blood cancer treatment side-effects is cancer related fatigue (CRF).

This daily lack of energy and whole-body fatigue is not relieved with sleep, nor is it the result of over exertion. This fatigue makes it difficult to cope with the normal demands of daily living due to a total lack of energy. CRF is not to be confused with tiredness that is often felt at the end of a long day, where energy is restored after a good sleep.

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Cancer and your balance.

Good balance, whether you are standing still, walking your dog or climbing a mountain, depends upon having a strong, flexible, and agile body. However, when you are dealing with cancer and treatment, your balance can be negatively affected in a number of ways. The good news is that exercise can counteract these negative effects and greatly improve your ability to balance.

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