About Kate

Kate Perkins is a passionate practitioner in the field of breast cancer rehabilitation, dedicated to helping each and every one of her clients return to living a life they love as soon as possible.
She has a Bachelor of Applied Science (Occupational Therapy); is a registered Occupational Therapist with Allied Health Professionals Regulation Agency (AHPRA); a member of the Australasian Lymphology Association (ALA), an accredited Level 1 Lymphoedema Therapist on the National Lymphoedema Practitioner Register (NLPR) and is a Certified Pinc and Steel Cancer Rehabilitation Occupational Therapist.
Perkins owns and runs the booked-out clinic Cancer Rehabilitation and Lymphatic Solutions on the Central Coast of NSW where she has helped countless women through one of the toughest moments of their lives.
She is also the director of OncoLaser, which is at the forefront of research into Photobiomodulation Therapy using MLS® Lasers to help patients recover from the side effects of cancer surgery and treatments. 
What my clients tell me:
"Women have told me they feel like they have more control over the way they feel through their treatment, and have more confidence to participate in an exercise program, either individually or within a group environment.
I see women come out stronger following their breast cancer treatment than when I meet them in our initial consultation prior to chemotherapy/surgery/radiation therapy.

I see their confidence grow as they become stronger, as they move better, and become more energised."

Why do I target breast cancer rehab?
Research shows that a specific exercise rehab program can:
  • Increase energy levels
  • Improve posture
  • Encourage correct movement patterns
  • Increase muscle mass
  • Encourage optimal lymphatic function
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