Treating patients for cancer involves more than surgery and medical tests.
Staff in the Women’s Oncology Program at Women & Infants Hospital always ask themselves, “Can we do more?” for patients. This approach led to the creation of the Integrative Care Program, which offers patients and their caregivers therapies such as reiki, yoga, acupuncture and massage to help alleviate the side effects of treatments or just make them feel better in the moment.
Hear from Dr. Skip Granai, director of the Program in Women’s Oncology, about the importance of treating the whole patient with integrative therapies to improve their quality of life.