Research finds regional cancer patients could save money and time when they have telehealth rehabilitation sessions

Alex Gretgrix
By Alex Gretgrix
Updated January 14 2022 - 3:19am, first published 3:00am
La Trobe researcher and physiotherapist Dr Amy Dennett is helping highlight the benefits of remote rehabilitation clinics. Picture: SUPPLIED

La Trobe University research has found delivering cancer patients' rehabilitation clinics by telehealth is safe, effective and removes barriers to participation, such as fatigue, travel and parking costs.


Alex Gretgrix

Alex Gretgrix


Journalist based in Bendigo, Victoria, covering health and Buloke and Campaspe Shire news at the Bendigo Advertiser. Contact via

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