Breaststroke Swimming After Breast Cancer Treatment/Surgery as a Means of Treatment for Seroma, Lymphedema, and Chronic Arm and Chest Pain
Conditions: Lymphedema; Seroma; Pain, Postoperative; Pain, Chest Intervention: Behavioral: Swimming Sponsors: Ottawa Hospital Research Institute; University of Ottawa; Bruyere Research Institute Not yet recruiting
ConclusionsThe patients who received a stronger postoperative analgesia had less arm symptoms and a better quality of life in comparison to patients who received a weaker analgesia. The patients who received a stronger postoperative analgesia had a statistical trend for less neuropathic pain in comparison to patients who received a weaker analgesia.
Conditions: Breast Cancer; Breast Cancer Lymphedema; Pain; Pain, Postoperative; Pain, Chronic; Mastectomy; Lymphedema; Breast Surgery Interventions: Other: Single rehabilitative treatment; Other: Group rehabilitative treatment Sponsor: University of Roma La Sapienza Completed
Conditions: Breast Cancer; Pain, Chronic; Pain, Postoperative; Mastectomy; Lymphedema Intervention: Other: Rehabilitation protocol Sponsor: University of Roma La Sapienza Completed