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Pulmonary rehabilitation program
Over 35 million Americans are currently living with a chronic lung disease. You shouldn’t have to worry about having trouble breathing while you’re playing catch with your kids or going for a nice stroll with your dog – you deserve to be excited about doing your favorite activities! At TriPT NYC, our skilled physicians and physical therapists will work alongside you to improve your conditions and get you back to the things you love most!
Do you know that Physical Therapy can improve respiratory health?
TRI physical therapy is introducing a pulmonary rehabilitation program. Pulmonary Physical Therapy can help to improve the fitness of your lungs and respiratory muscles. Our team at TRI Physical Therapy is ready to provide a vital treatment to patients recovering from COVID-19.
The objective of the pulmonary rehabilitation program at TRIPT is to alleviate some of the residual effects of the Corona virus experienced by many patients. Our highly experienced doctors and therapists therapists at TRIPT employ a variety of techniques, that are customized for each individual patient, to help you bounce back from the residual effects of the virus.
We understand that you may feel hesitant about embarking on an exercise program that may affect your breathing. Through our comprehensive pulmonary rehabilitation program, you will receive individualized therapy regarding your physical health and receive education on how you can improve your pulmonary health. We will design a regimented rehabilitation plan that works with your goals, so that you can feel better and lead a healthier lifestyle!
The objective of the pulmonary rehabilitation program at TRIPT is to alleviate some of the residual effects of the Coronavirus experienced by many patients. Our highly experienced doctors and therapists at TRI PT employ a variety of techniques, that are customized for each individual patient, to help you bounce back from the residual effects of the virus.
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What qualifies a patient for pulmonary rehab?
Do you know that Physical Therapy can improve respiratory health? TRI physical therapy is introducing a pulmonary rehabilitation program. Pulmonary Physical Therapy can help to improve the fitness of your lungs and respiratory muscles. Our team at TRI Physical Therapy is ready to provide a vital treatment to patients recovering from COVID-19.
TriPT NYC offers comprehensive rehabilitation for individuals with the following conditions:
- Restrictive lung diseases, including pulmonary fibrosis, pulmonary sarcoidosis, spine and chest wall deformities, scoliosis, and any other lung muscle weaknesses that have impaired your ability to breathe properly;
- Recovery from lung surgery, including lobectomy or pneumonectomy;
- Chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases, including bronchitis, asthma and cystic fibrosis
- Sleep apnea, and other sleeping-related conditions
Can you do physical therapy for the lungs?
Yes, you can. Pulmonary physical therapy is highly effective if you frequently do the treatments provided. With pulmonary rehabilitation, you may find that the breathing exercises you will learn with our team can improve your lung capacity and help you live a better version of yourself.
Chronic lung diseases can cause your muscles to become weak and lose their initial strength. Through a variety of exercises and techniques, our team can rebuild your strength and endurance. Our goal is to help you lead a healthy and comfortable life while reducing the symptoms of your breathing conditions.
Does pulmonary rehab improve lung function?
Our comprehensive team of physiotherapists and experts can work with you to identify your specific rehabilitation goals and improve your chances of success. We are trained to help you lead a better life through a variety of rehabilitation techniques, including:
- Use breathing and coughing techniques to teach you how to get rid of any unwanted secretions that may impede your breathing
- Optimize the use of your pulmonary medications
- Teach you effective at-home pulmonary exercises that can be followed after leaving our facility
- Coach you on pacing and energy conservation to improve your breathing
- Prevent the negative effects of bed rest
- Help you make healthier lifestyle choices
How many days a week is pulmonary rehab?
Pulmonary rehabilitation is usually two to three times a week for four to ten weeks. Depending on your specific condition, we will be able to give you an estimate of how many physio treatments you will need to see improvements.
While some treatments might be difficult, we will be able to walk you through them step-by-step so that you can resume your daily activities safely.
Receive ongoing support and education even after your pulmonary rehabilitation program has ended
Our interdisciplinary team is here to help you regain your life back if you have experienced any pulmonary conditions that have intervened with your breathing. Using exercise training and behavioral educational programs, we can help you control your minor or chronic symptoms so that you can resume your daily activities.
TriPT’s comprehensive pulmonary rehabilitation program is designed to provide treatments for all types of pulmonary-related conditions, as well as helping you implement lifestyle changes that will help you feel better and stay active. Our priority is always to improve your life!
Pulmonary physical therapy may include:
- Individualized aerobic and anaerobic exercises to increase endurance, strength, and lung capacity
- Breathing techniques to improve breathing capabilities and oxygen capacity
- Postural re-education (poor posture impairs respiratory functionality)
- Manual therapy to increase rib expansion
- Activity modification to improve overall pulmonary well-being
All the activities are performed under close supervision and monitoring of your oxygen levels and other vital signs to ensure safe and