The human respiratory system is our engine – it keeps us chugging along with every breath of the way. When it’s comprised is when conditions like pneumonia, tuberculosis, cystic fibrosis, bronchitis, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) can occur. Each respiratory condition differs from one another, though oftentimes, tell-tale symptoms in each include shortness of breath, chest pain, and a sudden drop or increase in heart rate. Rehab Smarter’s owner and telehealth cardiopulmonary specialist, Jay Berger, is here to work with patients virtually to identify and manage their respiratory conditions. Jay provides continuous education and guidance on what respiratory therapy techniques and therapies can be incorporated into a patient’s daily routine, with the end goal of the patient being able to breathe easier and feel better.
Rehab Smarter’s Respiratory Therapy Program: Breathe Easier in Six Steps
Rehab Smarter’s mission is driven by accessibility to care. Recognizing the need for respiratory therapy for people who may not have immediate access to a healthcare provider or health insurance, Rehab Smarter created a six-step process for breathing easier. Rehab Smarter’s “Breathe Easier in Six Steps” program informs patients needing assistance managing and coping with their respiratory conditions. Patients who enroll in the program will learn:
- Proper diaphragmatic and compensatory breathing techniques
- Safe exercises to improve physical strength and increase overall energy
- Ways to ways to independently progress your tolerance to optimal activity with lifestyle changes
How to begin working with Rehab Smarter
Rehab Smarter operates as a telehealth business, meaning care and treatment can be done at the comfort of a patient’s home. That includes the “Breathe Easier in Six Steps” program.
If you happen to be someone interested in Rehab Smarter’s “Breathe Easier in Six Steps” program or working with a cardiopulmonary specialist, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to get started today.
Rehab Smarter is looking forward to providing respiratory therapy education and resources to get your lungs healthy and you feeling better.