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CP+R delivers high quality, one-to-one

cardiac prevention and rehabilitation

and cancer wellbeing programmes. They

work with patients from both clinical

groups, whether it be to aid recovery

from an acute event or condition,

or to help reduce the risk factors

associated with both cardiovascular

and cancer diseases. They design

bespoke, comprehensive programmes

for patients, based on their individual

circumstances and lifestyle, providing

a platform for effective rehabilitation

and long-term habitual change. Based at

Monument and Harley Street, they are

conveniently situated to serve patients

through Central and South East

London and Kent, as well as those

who live further afield.

Focus on Oncology

For more information on our Cancer Wellbeing and Recovery Programmes, please contact the CP+R Team on:

T: 020 7283 2545


Focus on Oncology



and recovery



National health guidelines have

recommended patients should exercise

during and after cancer treatment.

020 7283 2545 |

[email protected]


Research has highlighted and

continues to support the benefits

of tailored exercise and nutrition for

those receiving or recovering from

cancer treatment.

London Bridge Hospital, in association

with CP+R, offers cancer patients a

private and personalised programme,

taking into account exercise, nutrition

and lifestyle as well as understanding

the impact of treatment. The aim is to

enable patients to have more energy

and continue to perform the everyday

activities they enjoy.

A multidisciplinary team, including

a Clinical Nurse Specialist, Clinical

Exercise Specialists and Clinic

Coordinator, ensure a ‘team-2-one’

approach with each individual.

All sessions take place privately on

a one-to-one basis with a Clinical

Exercise Specialist.

CP+R works closely with London

Bridge Hospital Consultants, including

Clinical Medical Oncologists, Dr Mark

Harries and Dr Simon Chowdhury,

who say, “Exercise and diet should

be important for everyone, but this

is particularly true for patients being

treated for cancer.

We have seen significant benefits for

our patients who work with CP+R,

and have been impressed by their

patient-centric approach, dedication

and knowledge. We strongly believe

that a programme with CP+R is one

way for patients to take control of

their illness and improve their quality

of life.”

For more information, email

Barney Pascall


Head of Clinical Services,

[email protected]