Breathe Better, Be More Active, And Live Life to the FULLEST!
Chronic lung disease can make things that used to be easy very difficult. Things like getting the mail, climbing a flight of stairs, or keeping up with your kids or grandkids can seem overwhelming. If this sounds familiar, there’s good news.
We believe in the power of exercise to restore and in its ability to rehabilitate lives.
Pulmonary Therapy is the medical art and science by which people disabled with lung disease may return to a more active and enjoyable life style. Pulmonary Therapy is designed to help you overcome your breathlessness and feel stronger and healthier.
About UsOur Outpatient Rehabilitation program focuses on improving quality of life through Pulmonary Therapy. Our goal is to provide assistance to those who are suffering and hope to those who may need inspiration. We believe in our patients and their ability to achieve what they once thought impossible and are dedicated in making lifestyle changes that will help patients feel better faster and improve their day-to-day life.
“The therapist are very attentive to your every need. They are all very knowledgeable and helpful in educating me on my illness.” ~ Francine Shapiro
“This group really helped me understand proper breathing techniques and showed me how to increase my strength.” ~James Miller
"Along with my breathing improving, I really enjoyed working with the friendly and helpful staff." ~ Robert Williams
“This program has increased my endurance but more importantly it has given me a better attitude toward improvement.” ~ Fred S.
“Greatly improved my breathing and ability to do things. My friends and family have commented on how much more I am able to do and how much healthier I look.” ~ D. Tallman
“This program has improved my quality of life in almost every way. It has given me confidence in controlling my illness and I don’t worry about getting sick.” ~ Judith Lewis
“It has strengthened my muscles, improved my breathing, and given me the skills to manage and cope with my condition. I recently had a chest infection and the skills, techniques, and mindset I learned here served me immensely.” ~ Charles Bailey