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CHEST PHYSIOTHERAPY & CARDIOPULMONARY REHABILITATION

Chest physiotherapy is the term for a group of treatments designed to improve respiratory efficiency, promote the expansion of the lungs, strengthen respiratory muscles, and eliminate secretions from the respiratory system. The purpose of chest physiotherapy is to help patients breathe more freely and to get more oxygen into the body. Chest physical therapy includes postural drainage, chest percussion, chest vibration, turning, deep breathing exercises, and coughing. Chest physical therapy is normally done in conjunction with other treatments to rid the airways of secretions. These other treatments include suctioning, nebulizer treatments, and the administering expectorant drugs. Physiotherapy is an essential adjunct for all patients in critical care dependent on ventilation, non-invasive ventilation, oxygen.

Cardiac pulmonary rehabilitation aims at optimizing physical function in patients with cardiac & pulmonary disease or recent cardiac surgeries. This can be provided by our team during hospitalization for the event or in OPD. Cardiac rehabilitation includes nutritional therapies, weight loss programs, management of lipid abnormalities with diet and medication, blood pressure control, diabetes management, and stress management.

Physiotherapy

Breathing Exercises, Chest Physiotherapy, Warm Up, Low-Intensity Training, Stretching Exercises, Aerobic Exercises, Resistance Training, Relaxation training, Pain Management, Nutritional Counseling, Stress Management, Cardiac rehabilitation (ACMS Guidelines), Breath synchronized activity training, Endurance training exercises.

Strength, Endurance, Aerobic Exercise.

Conditions

Chronic Bronchitis, Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease (COPD), Cystic fibrosis, Asthma, Emphysema, Pneumonia, Chest congestion, Lung collapse, Cystic fibrosis, Interstitial lung disease, Restrictive lung diseases, Angioplasty or cardiac stent placement.

Heart surgery or heart transplant recovery, High blood pressure and Elevated cholesterol and Triglycerides.