Pulmonary Rehabilitation

When an activity makes you short of breath, the temptation may be to stop doing that activity. However, just the opposite is true. Inactivity leads to weak or deconditioned muscles. Weak muscles use more oxygen. Soon you find yourself experiencing shortness of breath with less activity. Exercise actually helps you strengthen muscles and improve your ability to breathe.

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Breathing is something most people take for granted. But when you have lung disease, even this simple activity can be a challenge. Pulmonary rehabilitation can help you understand your disease and control your symptoms.

Our Approach

Education, exercise, and the development of specific breathing techniques can help you make the most of every breath. Pulmonary rehabilitation may help you increase the quality of your life and reduce hospital visits.

Conditions We Treat

We provide a variety of rehabilitation services for pre and post lung transplant, COVID-19, and other lung conditions, including the following: 

Treatments, Tests, and Procedures

We provide education and support for a variety of rehabilitation techniques:
  • Exercise Programs
  • Nutrition Services
  • Pulmonary (Lung) Function Test
  • Psychotherapy
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