We Help People Do What Matters Most
Cancer disrupts all areas of life, physically and mentally.
Research shows that cancer rehabilitation services can help improve strength, function and emotional health.1-3 This enables people to get back to life – family, friendships, work and their community. Yet, only a small percentage of those impacted receive the support they need.
That’s where we come in.
ReVital is a groundbreaking rehabilitation program that empowers patients and survivors to achieve their goals and get back to what matters most.
Our mission is to make cancer rehab the standard of care so everyone impacted by cancer has access to rehab services.
ReVital certified therapists are trained to understand the unique challenges people with cancer face. Our therapists strive to help individuals prepare for and recover from cancer and its treatments. That is achieved through physical and occupational therapy along with speech-language therapy.
Targeted cancer rehabilitation services can help reduce fatigue, pain, stiffness, swelling, numbness and cognitive decline. A range of cancer organizations endorse cancer rehabilitation as part of comprehensive, high quality cancer care. Those organizations include The National Academy of Medicine (formerly the Institute of Medicine), the National Comprehensive Cancer Network, the Commission on Cancer, the Association of Community Cancer Centers, the American Cancer Society and the American Society of Clinical Oncology.
ReVital was developed by Select Medical, a nationally renowned and community-based provider of outpatient physical therapy and rehabilitation. Our family of brands is widely known and respected throughout the country. The ReVital program is currently offered in locations nationwide and continues to grow. If ReVital services aren’t yet available in your area, please contact us.
ReVital and our cancer care partners nationwide are working to bring our mission to life by leading and continuously innovating to enhance patient access, improve clinical outcomes, reduce system costs and support clinician well-being.
We believe everyone should have the opportunity to live well beyond cancer.
- Gjerset, G. M., Loge, J. H., Kiserud, C. E., Fossa, S. D., Gudbergsson, S. B., Oldervoll, L. M., . . . Thorsen, L. (2017). Perceived needs for different components in a rehabilitation program among cancer survivors with chronic fatigue compared to survivors without chronic fatigue. Acta Oncol, 56(2), 245-253. doi:10.1080/0284186x.2016.1266091
- Cheville, A. L., Mustian, K., Winters-Stone, K., Zucker, D. S., Gamble, G. L., & Alfano, C. M. (2017). Cancer Rehabilitation: An Overview of Current Need, Delivery Models, and Levels of Care. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics, 28(1), 1-17. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pmr.2016.08.001. doi:10.1016/j.pmr.2016.08.001
- Pergolotti, M., Bailliard, A., McCarthy, L., Severino, E., & Doll, K. (2017). “I Might be Able to do Everything or not”: Distress and Uncertainty Following Cancer Surgery. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 98(10), e19-e20.
Take your next step with ReVital.