Hanna Oh, MD
It’s very collaborative. My role is to diagnose and treat musculoskeletal injuries and mobility impairments that can occur during cancer treatment. I partner with oncologists to help patients maintain and regain their strength, but I don’t do this alone. I work alongside physical, occupational, speech and lymphedema therapists. We keep your individual goals in mind as we create exercise and therapy programs.
SCCA understands that cancer treatment is about supporting patients throughout their cancer journey. SCCA takes on that responsibility; they own it. Our patients have a comprehensive supportive care team that understands the challenges that come with cancer – during and after treatment. In addition to rehabilitation services, it can include pain management, integrative medicine, psychiatry, nutrition, palliative care, etc. We work to get patients back to what’s important to them.
Specialty: Rehabilitation Medicine
After surviving four cancers in 18 years, Angela Kulp is no stranger to the side effects of cancer treatment, including nerve damage that requires her to use a leg brace and a cane. Her many health care team members were at a loss as to how to contend with the ways her body had been impacted by cancer treatment after her oncologists had done their job: she had survived two melanomas and two lymphomas and weathered a CAR T-cell treatment that had re-engineered her body’s own cells then reinfused them into her body to fight her disease.
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