November 2019 - "Handling Cancer-Related Fatigue, Peripheral Neuropathy, and Lymphedema through Physical Activity and Exercise" by Nicole Dugan, DPT & Joy Cohn, PT UPenn Medical Center

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For our November 9, 2019 meeting program, Nicole Dugan, DPT & Joy Cohn, PT, of the UPenn Medical Center will present information on how multiple myeloma patients can use physical activity and exercise to improve cancer-related fatigue, peripheral neuropathy, and lymphedema symptoms.

Nicole L. Dugan, PT, DPT, MSOD, CLT- graduated from Temple University Master and Doctor of Physical Therapy program in 1997 and 2003, respectively. Nicole spent 18 years working at Penn Medicine / Good Shepherd Penn Partners developing and mentoring in both the Pelvic Floor, Lymphedema and Cancer Rehabilitation program. She is currently working at Jefferson Health specializing in treating patients with pelvic girdle dysfunctions. She has participated in multiple NIH funded multi-center research studies on implementing physical therapy intervention for patients with cancer and pelvic floor diagnoses. Nicole also is a primary instructor for the Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute. When not working or teaching, Nicole is a Physical Therapy volunteer for the Medicine in Action medical mission in Jamaica, WI and enjoys travel, golf, and spending time with her husband and daughter