For healthcare providers

As a thought leader in the field, TurningPoint is actively involved in advocacy, research and education that advances the field of breast cancer rehabilitation and exercise. Learn more about the important role of breast cancer rehabilitation during treatment and recovery.

Our essential services

The breast cancer journey doesn’t end when patients complete their course of medical treatment. TurningPoint’s highly specialized and compassionate staff provide survivors with the support they need to reach their ideal quality of life both during and after treatment.

Why rehabilitation and exercise matter

The Research

Even after recovery, breast cancer can have debilitating effects on survivors’ endurance, physical function and quality of life. Studies show that physical therapy, exercise and specialized rehabilitation services can help breast cancer survivors regain strength and mobility, treat psychological issues, reduce pain, and improve overall health and well-being.

The Barriers

While the benefits of rehabilitation and exercise programs for breast cancer patients are well-documented, several obstacles make it challenging to administer necessary care. These barriers include a lack of accessible care, minimal awareness of survivorship needs, and insufficient evidence-based clinical practice guidelines to identify and manage the effects of breast cancer and its treatments.

The Strategies

One of TurningPoint’s major objectives is to make referrals to rehabilitation the standard in breast cancer treatments. We’re working toward that goal through industry partnerships, improved community and patient education, increased survivorship issues awareness, continual provider education, and an increased number of breast cancer rehabilitation professionals.

Listen, learn – and then help

At TurningPoint, we believe all breast cancer patients should have access to rehabilitative care that’s free from various barriers, including geographic, financial, racial and cultural obstacles. Our full-service approach includes specialized, evidence-based rehabilitation that’s equally accessible, comprehensive and rooted in compassion. We offer both in-person and virtual appointments. We also offer financial assistance to patients unable to afford care.

For healthcare providers

Special Topics in Breast Cancer Rehabilitation: From Cell to Survivorship

Saturday, November 6, 2021
8:00 AM to 5:30 p.m.

Early Bird: $250.00 After October 25: $300.00
Institutional Discount: $50 per person for 3 or more participants from the same institution

This evidence-based live virtual symposium will cover a broad spectrum of special topics in breast cancer rehabilitation including inflammation as it relates to breast cancer and exercise, cording and shoulder dysfunction, breast reconstruction-specific assessment, functional outcome assessment and disparities in survivorship. A Pilates class will provide participants with a brief exercise break while demonstrating appropriate modifications and progressions for individuals during and after breast cancer treatment.

Continuing Education Credit: 8.5 Continued Competency Hours (CCH) have been approved by the Physical Therapy Association of Georgia and applied for through Georgia Occupational Therapy Association.