Ray Liskey – lung cancer and multiple myeloma

It’s been a very long year, but I can say that the Northwest Oncology team has made the recovery road a little easier to walk. I feel so relaxed and comfortable after my oncology team suggested finding help with depression, fatigue, and what I call a lack of desire to try anything, but The positive energy I receive from those sessions helps me feel like I am coming back to who I used to be.

It’s been one year since Ray Liskey began treatment for lung cancer and multiple myeloma. He has undergone chemotherapy, radiation, cyberknife treatments, and immunotherapy.

 

“It’s been a very long year,” he said.“But I can say that Amie and her team have made the recovery road a little easier to walk.”

 

Liskey’s oncology team suggested he meet with Barry to find help with depression, fatigue, and what he calls “a lack of desire to try anything.”

Barry provided several mental and emotional suggestions to help him with his trials. Liskey gives the Integrative team credit for helping him get his attitude and outlook back on their feet. Kozy gave him Reiki treatments that Liskey describes as incredible.“I feel so relaxed and comfortable after the Reiki sessions,” he said.“The positive energy I receive from those sessions helps me feel like I am coming back to who I used to be.”

Liskey hopes the next meeting with his doctors brings a positive report from recent tests. “The whole team at Northwest is wonderful to work with,” he said.

 

Northwest Oncology provides state-of-the-art cancer care by combining the latest in traditional medicines and progressive integrative medicine to help patients help their own bodies heal.