Integrative medicine programs for cancer patients
Integrative medicine is care for a person's physical, emotional, mental, social, spiritual and environmental health. Integrative medicine programs help people regain and maintain the best health possible for their specific condition and needs.
At The Christ Hospital Cancer Center, our patients and their families find comfort with the help of our free wellness programs. We take care of the whole person throughout cancer treatment and survivorship.
Our holistic approach goes beyond healing your body to easing your stress so you can reach a higher level of health and wellness.
Free programs to our cancer patients and their families
Tai Chi – movements that relieve stress and anxiety. Classes meet weekly on Tuesdays, from noon - 1 p.m., at The Christ Hospital in the Cancer Center activity room (Level D) in partnership with Cancer Support Community.
YCat Yoga Classes – offered every Friday at 1 p.m. at The Christ Hospital in the Cancer Center activity room (Level D) in partnership with Cancer Support Community. YCat Yoga is a gentle chair yoga especially designed for patients living with cancer.
Individualized Yoga Therapy Sessions - The individualized yoga therapy tools and techniques improve coping, fatigue and other symptoms. This is offered during patient's chemotherapy and other treatments upon request.
For information about any of our free integrative medicine programs, call Cancer Support Services at 513-585-4002 or email.
Hand and Foot Massage - offered to patients receiving chemotherapy and other infusions during treatment to provide additional management of symptoms and relaxation during treatment.
Music therapy - requested by patients who need a soothing distraction from treatment through melody.
Pet therapy - available for patients who wish to have the calming attentions of a furry visitor during a stay or a lengthy appointment.
Zen garden in The Christ Hospital Cancer Center in Mt. Auburn (Level D) - where patients and families may go to enjoy beauty and tranquility.