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Massey Resources

  • The RAMble - Stay up to date on Massey's monthly walking event. Cancellations and other important details will be posted here.
  • Chemo 101 - An overview of chemotherapy, including potential side effects and helpful resources
  • Diet and Nutrition blog - Massey registered dietitian Allie Farley offers tips and information on healthy eating, as well as wholesome recipes.
  • Health webinars and presentations - Massey experts speaking on a variety of health topics
  • Nutrition webinars - Learn more about healthy eating
  • The Healing Garden - Becky’s Garden, at Massey’s Goodwin Research Lab downtown, is a beautiful outdoor space and an escape from the busy clinical environment. 
  • Patient Resource Libraries - Our libraries athe Adult Outpatient Pavilion and Stony Point 9000 provide free community resources and information for patients and caregivers. Currently closed to the public.
  • Wig Salon - Our salon, located on the 5th floor of the Adult Outpatient Pavilion, provides free, private consultations for head-wear, cosmetics and skincare, as well as free hats, scarves and wigs. For an appointment, please call (804) 828-8709.
  • Yoga videos Practice at home with our free videos

Additional Resources:

Please call (804) 828-8478 for more information about workshops or other resources.

Massey's Integrative Health program combines cutting-edge medical care with evidence-based complementary therapies that address the physical, mental and spiritual needs of our patients. Integrative approaches can help ease treatment side effects, relieve stress and support overall well-being.

Massey does not endorse all integrative and complementary practices. We only recommend those that are known to be safe and have the potential to improve health when used alongside, and never in place of, professional medical care. All cancer patients are advised to consult with their physician before starting any integrative practice, as some may interfere with medical care.