The Cardiopulmonary Reconditioning Program at West Park Rehab provides education on breathing strategies that will utilize the lungs more efficiently, and exercises that can help a patient safely improve general endurance, strength, flexibility, and tolerance of the activities of daily life.

In some cases, the use of Yoga-based stretching and breathing techniques can be incorporated into these therapy programs.

Brandy Snavely, PTA at our Seneca office is a Registered Yoga Teacher and can utilize this specialized training to enhance a Cardiopulmonary Reconditioning Program.

Regardless of your injury, our team will develop a personalized treatment plan to get you on the road to recovery.

If your symptoms don’t improve within the first 10 days, you should seek care with one of our highly trained clinicians. Our team will develop a personalized treatment plan to get you on the road to recovery.

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Cardiopulmonary Reconditioning

Cardiopulmonary Reconditioning

It is a therapeutic, medically monitored treatment program designed to help patients of any age improve their quality of life and recover from compromised endurance that results from cardiopulmonary or illness related deconditioning.

This program is part of formal physical therapy and designed to help patients with compromised endurance, shortness of breath, muscle weakness or other reasons for general deconditioning.

For many individuals, decreased endurance can lead to avoiding activities that provoke feeling breathless, which can lead to doing less, which can lead to muscle weakness, which can lead to feeling depressed and/or anxious, which can lead back to doing less.

In many cases you do not need a referral to start physical therapy. Give our office a call to get started.

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