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For many, physical therapy may be an integral part of cancer treatment. Your physical therapist plays a vital role in helping support you before, during, and after your cancer treatment.

A cancer diagnosis may require a multitude of treatments that can cause physical impairments. Gait, balance, fatigue, limited range of motion and reduced strength as well as a swelling (known as lymphedema) can all occur due to chemotherapy, radiation and surgical lymph node removal. Head and neck cancer and its treatment can also cause changes in both speech and swallowing.

We have several specially trained physical therapists that can tailor a Lymphedema or Oncology rehab program to meet your needs. Then, once your cancer treatment is complete, we can help you return to regular activities as a survivor. We also have Speech-language pathologists for those who experience difficulty with speech and swallowing.

Call the location nearest you for more information, or to schedule a free consultation.

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Lymphedema and Oncology PT Locations

Bethlehem
St. Luke’s North
153 Brodhead Road
484-526-3200

Brodheadsville
111 Route 715
272-212-0430

Easton
St. Luke’s Anderson Campus, Medical Office Building
1700 St. Luke’s Blvd
484-503-0040

Emmaus
518 Chestnut Street
610-967-0770

Macungie
3760 Brookside Rd 484-426-2055

Phillipsburg
Hillcrest Plaza
755 Memorial Parkway
908-847-6756

Quakertown
1534 Park Avenue
267-424-8750

Speech Therapy Locations

Allentown
4136 West Tilghman Street
610-530-2363

Bethlehem
1417 Eighth Avenue
484-526-4781

St. Luke’s North
153 Brodhead Road
484-526-3200

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