Mind-body treatments are a collection of healing techniques that aim to promote overall health and well-being by enhancing the mind's interactions with bodily function. Daily practice is required to get the most out of these therapies, which have grown in popularity over the previous two decades. An increasing amount of evidence suggests that mind-body therapies can help cancer patients cope better by reducing physical and emotional symptoms and boosting coping skills. These methods are most suited for patients and survivors to assist manage their own care because they are pleasant, non invasive, and useful. MBT should be tailored and personalised to the patients' needs and abilities, and should be included in an individual rehabilitation plan developed by rheumatologists, physical therapists, and patients, taking into account the underlying disease as well as the patients' psychological characteristics, needs, and abilities.