Pinc (For Women)
The PINC Cancer Rehabilitation Program is dedicated to improving the strength, quality of life and sense of wellbeing of women diagnosed with cancer.
It is specifically designed to help maximise recovery, regain physical and emotional strength, improve body confidence and control.
The Program is delivered by certified PINC Cancer Rehab Physiotherapists and provides a full range of services designed to care, support and guide women through every stage of their treatment and recovery.
Our services include:
- Manual physiotherapy
- Physical and functional assessments
- Individualised Clinical Pilates
- Fatigue management
- Resistance training
- Exercise prescription
The PINC Program aims to help you:
- Optimise physical and functional recovery
- Ease pain and muscular tension
- Regain strength and mobility
- Increase energy levels and improve breathing
- Strengthen core muscles and improve posture
- Improve physical functioning and maintain independence
- Reclaim body confidence and control
- Reduce treatment related side effects and
- Shift focus from illness to wellness
It is suitable after any type of cancer surgery or treatment and accommodates all ages, fitness levels and mobility.
Take the first steps on the road to recovery, visit a PINC Cancer Rehab Physiotherapist near you.
To find out how to get started in the PINC Program register here
The New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation proudly supports women with breast cancer needing financial support to attend PINC Program sessions.
Lou James founder - "Many women we look after, tell us that during the process of diagnosis and treatment they have a terrible feeling of loss of control. PINC Cancer Rehab Physio's can help women gain a sense of control back. We can help women maximise their own recovery and teach them what they can do to help themselves. One woman recently described her PINC Physio as like having a coach in her corner guiding, supporting and helping her through each week of her chemo. Everyone needs someone in their corner that understands the physical and emotional impact of cancer treatment!"