Cancer Rehabilitation Physician (Onco-Physiatrist)
A physiatrist, or physician specializing in rehabilitation medicine, helps restore optimal function and quality of life to people who as a result of illness or injury have reduced ability to participate in everyday activity. An onco-physiatrist is a rehabilitation physician sub-specializing in cancer rehabilitation.
At Swedish Cancer Institute our onco-physiatrist develops, implements, and supervises a rehabilitation treatment plan that reduces cancer treatment side effects (e.g., fatigue, pain and emotional distress), improves physical fitness and feelings of well‐being, and empowers you to become an active participant in your care.
Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists and Speech Therapists:
A PT, OT or ST works with patients and the rehabilitation physician to monitor and adjust their program on a day-to-day basis, based on your activity goals and health status.
Janet Burelison, PTA
Judy Bushnell, PT Edmonds Campus
Amy Bilyk Dock, PT, DPT
Adrienne DiLiberto, PT, MPT
Chaviess Durocher, PT Edmonds Campus
Michelle Edelman, PT, MSPT
Connie Henderson, PT
Joanne Hughes, OTR/L, CHT
Melissa Kwaterski, PT, CLT Issaquah Campus
Jenny Leis, PT, MPT Cherry Hill Campus
Jennifer MacArthur, OTR/L, CLT Issaquah Campus
Bianca Maggio, DPT
Mae Sebby, PT Edmonds Campus
Ann Stannard, PT Edmonds Campus
Jan Regier, SLP Edmonds Campus
Nancy Skaale, OTR/L CHT Edmonds Campus