During radiation treatment, all cells and tissues along the path of the radiation receive some damage.
Skin usually becomes dry, flaky, red and tender (a lot like a sunburn). Under the skin, tissues react by forming scars, called fibrosis, and binding spots, called adhesions. This can make raising an arm or moving a leg difficult and painful.
In therapy sessions, we’ll give you the tools, exercises and education to help you overcome these limitations.