Visiting Hours at Methodist Cancer Care Rehabilitation Center
Mon - Thurs 9:00am - 6:00pm; Fri 8:00am - 4:00pm
4410 Medical Drive Suite 440
San Antonio, TX 78229
Phone: (210) 575-9740
Fax: (210) 575-9741
About Methodist Cancer Care Rehabilitation Center
At Methodist Cancer Care Rehabilitation Center, we are committed to improving the quality of life for cancer patients, no matter where they are on their cancer journey. All of our therapists are certified in cancer rehabilitation and maintain a deep understanding of not just the physical impact of cancer on the body, but also the spiritual and emotional impact of cancer. Our skilled team is committed to developing a personalized care plan to help reduce or prevent the severity of side effects before, and during your cancer treatment. During and after chemotherapy, surgery or radiation, our compassionate therapists identify and help address conditions that may arise as a result of your cancer treatment.
To learn more about our services, please call the Methodist Cancer Care Rehabilitation Center at (210) 575-9740.
Areas of rehabilitation
Our team focuses on the following areas of rehabilitation:
- Chemotherapy rehabilitation
- Functional Movement restoration
- Lymphedema management
- Pain control
- Pelvic floor rehabilitation
Conditions we treat
Our team offers a comprehensive approach to physical rehabilitation for a number of conditions that may arise during cancer treatment. These conditions may include:
- Balance problems
- Joint and muscle Pain
- Loss of bladder control
- Loss of motion
- Sexual concerns
- Tingling or numbness in the hands and feet
The Methodist Cancer Care Rehabilitation Center is located on Medical Drive between Floyd Curl Drive and Fredericksburg Road.
The Methodist Cancer Care Rehabilitation Center, located on the campus of Methodist Hospital in the TNI building, is operated in partnership with Forté Rehabilitation and Wellness Center. Specializing in outpatient treatment and therapy, the cancer rehabilitation center is committed to mitigate the long-term effects associated with cancer treatment.