Beyond Treatment

  • Transportation & Housing

    We have a local Blue Envelope Health Fund volunteer van service as well as a Help for Health van from the Lander-Riverton area to serve our patients. The Casper and Riverton vans are not wheelchair accessible. To reserve a free ride on either van, please call our office at 307-235-5433 for information on scheduling. Please...

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  • Caring Bridge

    Stay connected with family and friends throughout your treatment and recovery as you cope with a serious medical condition. CaringBridge is a nonprofit 501(c) (3) organization whose mission is to bring together a global community of care powered by the love of family and friends in an easy, accessible and private way. Create and personalize...

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  • Financial Counseling

    Sometimes financial questions can distract from your treatment experience. Your financial counselor is here to be one of your first points of contact as your on-site resource for financial concerns and questions as well as to evaluate your personal needs. In order to provide you with the best possible care, we have designed a financial...

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  • Facilities

    Wyoming Oncology is a spacious, comfortable, state-of-the-art 19,000 square foot center that not only offers excellence in medicine but an environment of comfort and retreat. The Community Resource Room is an oasis set up for our patients, families and friends to read while relaxing in one of the 2 massage chairs, sitting by our stone...

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  • Genetic Counseling

    Wyoming Oncology provides genetic counseling to individuals with a personal and/or family history of cancer. Many cancers occur by chance, but as many as 10% of cancers are caused by an inherited gene mutation. People who carry one of these mutations may have an increased chance to develop cancer and also may pass the genetic...

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  • Cancer Support Groups

    What is a Cancer Support Group? The Wyoming Oncology cancer support group offers a safe, confidential environment to connect with others who are facing similar challenges associated with cancer care. The group, which is facilitated by a licensed counselor, utilizes empathy, compassion and even humor to help discuss the issues. What are the benefits of...

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  • Acupuncture

    Wyoming Oncology offers acupuncture as part of its wellness mission to help patients heal both the physical and emotional stress caused by cancer. What is acupuncture? Acupuncture is a practice which involves inserting thin needles into different parts of the body to reduce pain and other symptoms. It may be used as a complement to...

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  • Massage Therapy

    Wyoming Oncology offers massage therapy as part of its wellness mission to help patients heal both the physical and emotional stress caused by cancer. What is massage therapy? Massage therapy, which involves the manipulation of soft tissues and muscles to relax the body and improve quality of life, is one of the earliest healing arts...

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  • Physical Therapy

    What is physical therapy? Physical therapy involves the use of therapeutic exercises and activities to rebuild muscle strength, coordination and help regain previous functional levels. Physical therapists are the specialists who develop individualized rehabilitation plans according to the type of cancer and the specific goals for a patient. Plans may include strength and balance training,...

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