Physical therapy after total mastectomy surgery in breast cancer. It is caused by the development of malignant cells in the breast. In cancer patients, physical therapy has resulted in improved physical functioning, cardiovascular fitness, sleep, quality of life, psychological and social well-being, and self esteem, and significant decreases in fatigue, anxiety and depression.
Aim: The aim of this study is to underline the importance of physical therapy in the rehabilitation of patients after total mastectomy surgery in breast cancer.
Material and methods: We investigated 14 women aged between 45 and 75 years old, diagnosed with breast cancer stages I-IIIhaving a total mastectomy surgery 6 months ago. At the beginning and after 2 weeks of intervention, the subject's evaluations consisted in: each patient was evaluated in regard to shoulder flexibility from Test 1 to Test 8 ; on the other hand, we measured the upper limb circumferences on the surgery side.
The physical therapy programme consisted in 10 sessions of 20 minutes malignant neoplasm cancer drainage and 10 minutes individualized physical therapy programmes.
Results: Malignant neoplasm cancer the end of intervention, it was observed a score improvement at Test 2 from 1. In terms of total score Totalthe improvement was also significant increased from Circumference values significantly improved at arm from Conclusions: After 2 weeks of intervention we noticed a significant improvement at most of the malignant neoplasm cancer which means a life quality increase in malignant neoplasm cancer with breast cancer.
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