The Next Step Class Videos
Meet your support services team. On this page, you will find the educational presentations from The Next Step Class; these videos contain information that can be useful at any stage of your diagnosis.
Chemotherapy — Most Common Side Effects
This video goes over the most commonly experienced side effects of chemotherapy treatment; Low blood count, nausea, diarrhea, hair loss/thinning, neuropathy, oral side effects, and what we can do to support you. Remember, every person responds differently to different medications.
Oncology Rehabilitation and Lymphedema Management
This video will introduce you to oncology rehabilitation, the benefits, and what to expect during evaluation and personalized treatment. We will also go over lymphedema treatments, and prevention as well as how to perform a self-massage.
Nutrition Top 5 Dietary Questions
In this video presentation nutritionist Stacy Roberts-Davi, RD goes over the five most common questions she receives from our patients: Should I eat organic food? Does sugar feed cancer? What should I weigh? Should I follow a special diet? How much water should I drink?
The journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step. It’s all about you.
Meet Peter Zografos, your Spiritual Care Chaplain. In this video presentation, you will find information on health and wellness and how spiritual care can help to allow balance back into your life.
Survivorship: Becoming Well Again
In this video presentation, Doctor Jessica Ketter goes over how to manage stress better, how to promote brain health, and the importance of sleep hygiene.
Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture
In this video presentation: What is Chinese Medicine? How does acupuncture help, and what is integrative Medicine?
Pharmacy Support Services
This video we review various cancer treatments, what is the role of pharmacy in your safety and care, and how we can be of assistance to you across the different stages of your treatment.
Fitness Cancer Recovery Program
This video goes over the benefits of exercise during treatment and how it can help with fatigue, nausea, anxiety, muscle loss, and depression. When is exercise okay, and when is it not? As well as the importance of setting realistic goals and tips you can follow at home.