Good nutrition is very important for all patients with cancer, and help from a dietitian specialising in cancer nutrition can provide you with the right advice at the right time.

Physiotherapy and exercise physiology address functional decline before, during and after cancer treatment.

Social Work can assist and support you and your family/carers during the period of change associated with a cancer diagnosis, and during your treatment at Peter Mac.

The speech pathology team assess and treat a wide range of speech, swallowing and communication difficulties.

Occupational therapists can help you maximise independence, safety, comfort and personal satisfaction and, in doing so, improve your sense of well-being and quality of life.

Spiritual Care at Peter Mac is a way for patients, families, friends and staff to reflect on and explore life issues which are affected by cancer.

Musical experiences are creatively planned by a registered Music Therapist to help you manage the physical and emotional aspects of your illness whilst enhancing your quality of life.

Introduction to Allied Health for Oncology is a comprehensive two day course, developed and run by the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Exercise Physiology Department.