​​If you are having difficulty moving, our physiotherapists can help. Physiotherapists can help you improve your physical performance; prevent and manage pain; and increase your fitness, health and wellness. They can give you a personalized treatment plan based on your specific needs to achieve your goals. To design a plan for you and then put it into action, physiotherapists:

  • Assess your ability to move
  • Give you information about your condition
  • Show you how to exercise and improve your breathing, strength, movement and activity level
  • Connect you with community resources or rehabilitation institutions


Location, Hours & Contact

Princess Margaret Hospital

15th floor, room 618
Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Phone: 416 946 4501 ext. 4951

Toronto General Hospital

Eaton South, Basement, Room 428
Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm; weekends and holidays, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm  (reduced service)
Phone:​ 416 340 4800 ext. 4435

Toronto Western Hospital

East wing, 3rd floor, room 405
Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm; weekends and holidays, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm (reduced service)
Phone: 416 603 5406


How to Access Physiotherapy Services

Please note that physiotherapy at the hospital is generally only available for in-patients. There is limited access to physiotherapy in certain outpatient clinic areas. Please s​peak to a member of your health care team to see if this service is available to you.

The list below can help you find physiotherapy in the community if you have had cancer:


You can also use the "Find a Physiotherapist" function on one of the following websites to find a physiotherapist near your home:


There are many general exercise programs available for people with a history of cancer. Exercise is an important part of your treatment plan at any stage of the cancer journey. The following list contains programs which have been specifically designed for people with cancer:



The information on this page has been compiled as a guideline for people seeking cancer rehabilitation. These lists have been provided to help highlight some of the therapists and/or clinics who frequently see patients with a history of cancer, or have taken advanced training in this area. University Health Network does not endorse any particular therapist or clinic. It is the responsibility of the patient to select a therapist and to arrange any required payment.


Last reviewed: 10/7/2019
Last modified: 1/25/2021 9:22 AM