Physiotherapy at HOME For
Pulmonary Rehabilitation Disorders

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Physiotherapy at home for Pulmonary Rehabilitation Disorders

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Physiotherapy for Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Pulmonary rehab programme is recommended for people who have chronic (ongoing) lung disease and it significantly improves the patient’s health by improving breathlessness, patient’s ability to carry out everyday activities and providing ways to control the disease. Our physiotherapists train you in breathing techniques to help manage the breathlessness caused by COPD. They can use positioning and breathing exercises, give advice on how to pace your activity, and show you ways to cope.

What is pulmonary rehabilitation?

Lung conditions such as asthma, cystic fibrosis, pulmonary hypertension, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), etc. can limit lung function and deteriorate the patient’s quality of life. Pulmonary rehabilitation is the best way to gain awareness about one’s condition, learn breathing exercises to deal with shortness of breath and gain support by interacting with other people suffering from similar health issues. Pulmonary rehabilitation has been defined as “an evidence-based, multidisciplinary and comprehensive intervention for patients with chronic lung disorders who are symptomatic and have some disability.�?

Who needs pulmonary rehabilitation?

Pulmonary rehabilitation is ideal for people who suffer from some kind of lung disease and experience shortness of breath despite taking regular medication. A medical professional will perform a full diagnosis to assess the patient’s condition, health and consider other factors such as age, family medical history, etc. to devise a customized plan. Pulmonary rehabilitation constitutes an important part of COPD treatment and pulmonary fibrosis treatment as it helps in gaining strength and managing the symptoms of these lung conditions.

What does pulmonary rehabilitation include?

After running a few tests such as pulmonary function tests, six-minute walk tests, exercise stress tests, etc. to measure the patient’s heart rate, blood pressure, oxygen level and breath control, a pulmonary rehabilitation plan is tailor-made. A well-thought pulmonary rehabilitation will include one or more of the following:

Breathing techniques

Learning deep breathing exercises and practicing yoga regularly can help in managing breathlessness, especially while undergoing some physical activity.

Exercise training

Doing exercises that strengthen arms, back, legs and other muscles on a daily basis increases flexibility and improves stamina; making it easier for the patient to enjoy everyday tasks.

Medical awareness

The first step towards treatment is a comprehensive knowledge of one’s condition, its signs & symptoms, medication and treatment. A good physiotherapist will answer all your queries and also suggest effective ways or minor lifestyle changes to help cope better.

Nutritional & psychological counseling

A good diet plays an important role in contributing to a person’s overall health and well-being. Patients suffering from chronic lung diseases can experience anxiety, depression and other issues that need to be resolved with the right guidance.

Physiotherapy for pulmonary rehabilitation

Pulmonary physiotherapy is aimed at restoring the functional capabilities of the patient’s lungs by bringing some specific changes in the underlying pathophysiology. While out-patient programs provide the perfect opportunity to form social groups and learn from the experiences of those suffering from similar ailments, home-based pulmonary physiotherapy is well-suited for disabled patients and those who want to exercise from the comfort of their home. Difficulty in breathing can be a major handicap by causing difficulty in performing the most basic activities such as walking, running, swimming, lifting weight, etc. Pulmonary physiotherapy is a highly effective solution that gives patients of COPD and other respiratory disorders, the freedom and strength to return to their normal lives and be better prepared to deal with anxiety. Studies have revealed that patients who opt for pulmonary rehabilitation experience a significant improvement in the quality of life and a reduction in symptoms. To say yes to life, book an appointment for pulmonary rehabilitation with us today!

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Restore physical
Patient education &
Treatment on best
practice guidelines
Home exercise
program on App
Exercise equipment for
long term care
Outcome based
discharge plan

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Specialised care plan
Online assessment forms and digital record
Home visit reports
Daily treatment monitoring
Weekly audits by Head Physiotherapist
Monthly on-site audits

Pulmonary Rehabilitation (Duration: 1 month)

This rehabilitation program includes a set of physical exercises to manage conditions like COPD and cystic fibrosis. Under this, patients are also educated about the right breathing and relaxation techniques, chest clearance techniques that will help them to manage their disease well.

This program offers a one-stop solution right from problem diagnosis followed by a specialised treatment plan based on the desired outcome.We provide goal-oriented specialised services for best recovery at home.


  • 12 physiotherapy sessions

Clinical Team

  • Physiotherapist
  • Clinical evaluation team


  • TheraBand
  • Weight cuffs
  • Excercise Ball


  • E-monitoring
  • Clinical Quality Audits
  • Home Visit Reports

Savitri Devi
Pulmonary Rehabilitation Patient

COPD had made my mother dependent for the smallest of things. But now seeing her do all everyday activities independently without getting breathless or exhausted is such a relief. (NOK)

Proven benefits for patients

Outcome based treatment approach

Treatment on best practice guidelines

Exercise Equipment

Exercise program on App

Self – Management Techniques

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Physiotherapy helps in pain relief for people suffering from cervical spondylosis, frozen shoulder, paralysis, numbness in limbs, knee or back pain, muscular or tissue injury and post-operative rehabilitation.
Depending upon the severity of the problem, physiotherapy is administered for cervical spondylosis, pulmonary or other chronic lung diseases, paralysis, arthritis, sports injuries etc.
The duration of any physiotherapy treatment varies from patient to patient. It depends upon the severity of the problem and body’s response to the therapy being administered. In case of a sports injury, the treatment can go on for four-six months or even more whereas a regular back pain may range between three to four months to heal.
Physiotherapy helps in restoring the sensation in the limbs affected by paralysis. Although this treatment takes time but manual therapy supported by advanced equipment promotes quicker recovery from paralysis.

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