Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Pulmonary rehabilitation is a method of therapy aiming to assure easier respiration of the patient by cleaning airways and strengthening respiratory muscles in such respiratory system diseases as COPD, cystic fibrosis and asthma, and infections, postoperative long-term immobilization, and respiratory problems associated with neurological diseases. The therapeutic applications aim to eliminate such negative effects as fatigue, exhaustion or getting quickly tired as observed in patients.

Pulmonary rehabilitation employs such methods as manual manoeuvres aiming at removal of secretians, and lexercises assuring good ventilation of each part of lungs, and non-invasive applications, exercises and coughing training conducted with the help of auxiliary devices or machinery.