Macmillan dietician’s are able to provide advice on all aspects of diet and cancer. A balanced diet is essential for building muscle and maintaining a healthy body weight. Therefore having the right diet can really help support your body on your activity journey.
A referral from your Active Against Cancer team member is all that is required to the Macmillan dietician service, so please talk to one of our team if you are interested.
The impact of a cancer diagnosis can affect your mental wellbeing as well as your physical wellbeing. At Active Against Cancer we recognise this and are pleased to be able to work closely with Dr Rachel Phillips, clinical psychologist, at the Sir Robert Ogden Macmillan Centre.
Find further information on clinical psychology services HERE.
A referral from your Active Against Cancer team member is all that is required to access this support, so please talk to one of our team if you are interested.
gentle pressure applied to precise points on the body
a Chinese face, neck, scalp, and shoulder massage
gentle pressure applied to reflex points on the hands or feet
a gentle, supportive treatment channelling ‘Chi’ energy to restore wellbeing
deep, relaxing touch therapy with oils.
the use of fine needles applied to points in the ear and on the body.
Macmillan welfare and benefits advisers offer advice and information for both patients and carers. The service covers all aspects of financial support and can help you with:
The service offers free confidential appointments, contact them directly on
01423 557318 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Hair loss support is available to all patients who are experiencing hair loss due to cancer treatment. Services available through the Sir Robert Ogden Macmillan Centre include: