The Breast Cancer Rehab You Deserve

Supporting Our Community in Edmond and OKC Area

Breast Cancer Specialist

At Restore Physical Therapy we go above and beyond to provide you with the best breast cancer services in the area, and our amazing results show that we’re serious about the work we put in. Restore Physical Therapy wants you to know that you don’t have to go through this process alone. Our breast cancer service is here to lead you every step of the way in your process. Our team is highly trained in breast cancer service with years of experience to make sure you get the best outcome possible. We try to keep the paperwork and plans as simple as possible to make sure you stay focused on getting your breast cancer care instead of focusing on anything else.

If you’re interested in our breast cancer services, give us a call at 405-285-4017 today to set up an appointment to discuss your options.

Services We Offer in Edmond, OK

We know that the trust and comfort of our patients are essential to providing the highest quality care. Patients come to Restore not only for physical therapy, but to ease their stress and anxiety, heal, move, and focus their minds on restoring their body. We offer rehab for all cancer-related surgeries, including:

  • Breast surgeries (DIEP, expander, explant, mastectomy)
  • Pelvic Floor Rehab (ovarian, prostate, colon)
  • Head and Neck Cancer surgeries
  • Neuro-Oncology Rehabilitation
  • Chemo Brain Rehabilitation
  • Radiation Therapy Management
  • Oncology-Based Exercise Programs
  • Cancer-related fatigue
  • Chemo-induced peripheral neuropathy
  • Chemo toxicity
  • Lymphedema risk reduction and management
  • Dry Needling for pain management and spasms
  • And much more

And We Offer Much, Much More

At Restore Physical Therapy, we have expanded our scope to include assistance with rehabilitation of lymphedema, mastectomy, lumpectomy, DIEP flap, head and neck cancer, shoulder impingement, rotator cuff, adhesive capsulitis, tendinitis, meniscus, balance, musculoskeletal, degenerative disc disease, stenosis, spondylolisthesis, and so much more. Our professional team is trained to handle your needs no matter what you need. Please check out our full list of issues we assist with, or call us today at 405-285-4017 to learn more.

What To Expect From Physical Therapy

For First-Time Patients

Print and fill out the following forms and bring them to your first visit: Medical History Form, Financial Agreement Form, Medical Records/HIPPA Disclosure Form, and Patient Information Form.

You will have the opportunity to read the “Notice of Privacy Practices” at Restore on your initial visit. Please note that Restore knows you hate paperwork. However, this information is used to show your health insurance provider your necessity for “skilled care.”

Your Initial Physical Therapy Visit

Please arrive 15 minutes early to complete a current functional outcome measure. We will obtain baseline measurements of range of motion, strength, and arm girth (to detect swelling). You will be instructed on simple exercises based on your phase of recovery. Your home exercise program and patient education begin here. This time is for you! We will go at your pace. Please dress comfortably.

Your Follow-Up Visits

Depending upon where you are in your recovery, a physical therapy program to suit your needs will be developed. In addition to manual treatment to restore range of motion, reduce swelling or lymphedema, and promote scar tissue mobility, your physical therapy program will consist of slow, progressive strengthening and cardiovascular exercises to address the side effects and long-term issues associated with cancer, chemotherapy, and radiation.

What You Can Expect Upon Completion of Physical Therapy

It will be important to maintain the goals you have achieved and continue to lead a healthy lifestyle. Following clearance from your physician, we suggest transitioning to a wellness program under the guidance of a trained professional.

Our Vision & Story

Paige Sims started Restore Physical Therapy with a vision to do things differently. She saw the need for an oncology rehabilitation clinic because of how many individuals were surviving cancer, but their restoration and recovery journey was an afterthought, being overlooked and/or not a priority for these survivors’ who encompass the word “life-givers, life savers,” but they were being left behind to pick up the shattered pieces essentially limping along scared and alone. Dr. Julie Silver explained it this way, “If a patient had a stroke, you would never tell them, ‘this is the new normal if you want to get better, figure it out on your own.”

I have been a Physical Therapist for 20 years, practicing off and on, primarily in the acute care/hospital setting and orthopedic/geriatric outpatient setting. My heart has been set on fire with a passion for helping people who are recovering from the emotional and physical trauma that has kept them from moving and living to their fullest potential. I want to be a lifeline for my patients in the arena of rehab to help them move into hope, healing, and restoration. I recently heard my pastor’s wife, Amy Groeschel, say, “There is WEIGHT in the wait, ladies.” This is so true! You get to decide what you are doing for your body, mind, soul, etc. during this time of recovering- what are you doing while you are waiting for this season to pass, while you are waiting for the next phase, and while you are possibly in that season of growing stronger and more confident and more sure than ever before of what you want your life to be like.

I know you get to choose who is on this journey with you, and I know cancer might be a small part of your journey, but it is not your finish line. You get to choose what your best “yeses” are right now, and I would love to help you reach your goals. We are not meant to DO life alone. We need encouragers, faith-builders, cheerleaders, coaches, experts, motivators, friends, and family. It doesn’t make us weak to need others. We all help make each other stronger!

To hear more about the benefits of physical therapy please contact us or listen to this podcast.

Keyword FAQs

We recommend calling us directly at +1 (405) 285-4017 or using our contact us form on our website to get in touch with our team. We’ll contact you back as soon as possible.

At Restore Physical Therapy, we offer assistance with rehabilitation, lymphedema, mastectomy, lumpectomy, DIEP flap, head and neck cancer, compression garments, scar tissue, prolapse, pelvic pain, pain with sex, constipation, women’s health, urgency, frequency, diastasis recti, spine, sciatica, spondylosis, shoulder impingement, rotator cuff, adhesive capsulitis, tendinitis, meniscus, balance, musculoskeletal, degenerative disc disease, stenosis, spondylolisthesis, neck pain, sprains, strains, cervical disc, arthritis, facets, radiculopathy, knee dysfunction, foot and ankle issues, tendinitis, tennis elbow, golfers elbow, shoulder impingement, fractures, bowel incontinence, breast cancer, breast cancer therapist, herniated disc, lower back pain, oncology, pelvic floor rehabilitation, physical therapy, sports injuries, sprains and strains, total hip replacement, total knee replacement, and urinary incontinence.

Call us today if you need assistance with any of these issues.