Recently, a charming young woman named Sally came in to my office after having a mastectomy. She was sporting a cute hat and said that she had just finished chemo and was on her way to radiation oncology. She said she had surgery over eight months ago, and she wondered if she should be coming to physical therapy. She said she was stiff in the morning in her shoulders, and that one of her scar lines was thicker than the other, with a little fluid along the scar, too. Otherwise she was doing well, she thought.