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Theodore N. Tsangaris, MD
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Calvert Medical Arts Building
130 Hospital Rd.
Prince Frederick, MD 20678

Phone: 410.414.4700
Fax: 866.665.8240

Solomons Medical Center
(Second and Fourth Wednesday of the month)
14090 H G Trueman Rd, Suite 2600
Solomons, MD 20688

Phone: 410.414.4700
Fax: 866.665.8240

Sheldon E. Goldberg Center for Breast Care

Sheldon E. Goldberg Center for Breast Care

The Sheldon E. Goldberg Center for Breast Care, the first of its kind in Southern Maryland, gives local women access to an experienced team of breast health experts and the most sophisticated technology available today.

Our goal is to provide comprehensive care that is customized to address the unique needs of each patient.
In one comfortable and convenient location, our experts provide comprehensive and coordinated care-from outreach and screening to diagnosis, treatment and survivorship.

The Breast Center Offers:
  • Breast Care Navigator
  • Latest Imaging Technology
  • Genetic Cancer Risk Assessment
  • High-Risk Clinic
  • Resource Center and more…

Our breast center team meets regularly to share information and insights on complex cases. This multidisciplinary approach means better care for you.

Cancer Rehabilitation

Cancer Rehabilitation

Who are rehabilitation specialists?
Rehabilitation specialists include physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, lymphedema specialists, pelvic health therapists, and lymphedema therapists.

When do rehabilitation specialists help people with cancer?

  • When you have been diagnosed with cancer
  • While you are in treatment
  • Once you have completed treatment for cancer

How Do Therapists Help Cancer Survivors?
Common ways rehabilitation therapists help those experiencing cancer include:

  • Pre-treatment assessment and teaching
  • Post-treatment assessment and teaching
  • Alleviating fatigue and deconditioning
  • Maintaining and improving range of motion
  • Challenges performing activities of daily living and or pre-treatment activities
  • Musculoskeletal or neuropathic pain
  • Swallowing / speech problems
  • Balance, gait, posture problems and fall prevention
  • Lymphedema (swelling of a limb due to impaired lymph system)
  • Cording and scar tissue
  • Bowel and bladder function
  • Sexual health function and comfort
  • When and how to use adaptive equipment
  • Weight bearing activities

CalvertHealth Rehabilitation
Phone: 410.535.4000
CalvertHealth Outpatient Rehabilitation has three locations: Dunkirk, Prince Frederick and Solomons.

Cancer.Net - What is Cancer Rehabilitation
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