Integrative Medicine: At-Home Tools

Audiovisual Programs

Wilson Technique Workout for Breast Cancer Survivors

Short intervals of physical activity integrated into your weekly routine can play an important role in recovering from surgery and breast cancer treatments. This at-home workout DVD, led by Integrative Medicine Center Personal Trainer and Clinical Nurse Specialist Donna Wilson, is designed for breast cancer patients and survivors looking for an exercise program tailored to their specific needs, including maintaining normal range of motion in the arms and decreasing chest tightness.

The 90-minute DVD is split into two segments. In the group exercise segment, Donna is accompanied by a team of breast cancer survivors in demonstrating workout routines focused on rebuilding strength, reducing fatigue, and regaining flexibility. In the personal training segment, viewers work out “one-on-one” with Donna through five distinct workouts. 

Visit one of the following locations to purchase this DVD, or call the Bendheim Integrative Medicine Center at 646-888-0800.

All proceeds of the sale of this DVD support patient services at the Bendheim Integrative Medicine Center.

Audio Programs

Self-Hypnosis for Relaxation and Stress Relief

Self-hypnosis is a form of meditation that induces a deeper relaxation response than traditional meditation. Patients and family members can use self-hypnosis prior to surgery to relax the body and mind, correct sleeplessness, or relieve anxiety and stress at any time.

Download this program for free on iTunes®.

Online Videos

Guided Meditation for Relaxation and Stress Relief

Mind-body therapies are helpful, non-pharmacologic tools patients and their caregivers can learn to manage the stresses of a cancer diagnosis, chronic fatigue, and physical pain.

Published: 06/18/2014 - 11:56 AM
Yoga, Breathing Exercises, and Other Integrative Medicine Therapies for Patients

Specialists from Memorial Sloan Kettering’s Integrative Medicine Service demonstrate breathing and strengthening techniques to help patients recover in the hospital or at home.

Published: 04/17/2011 - 1:23 PM
Touch Therapy for Caregivers

Massage and touch can be important components of the healing process both during and after cancer treatment. A massage therapist from Memorial Sloan Kettering’s integrative medicine service gives a demonstration of different techniques that caregivers can use on their loved ones.

Runtime: 60:00 minutes Published: 01/01/2008 - 12:00 AM