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Our Chronic Disease Management program guarantees access to healthcare professionals 24/7, helping patients achieve a better quality of life despite their chronic conditions.

Have fewer symptoms (less cough or less shortness of breath).

Have fewer visits to hospital or urgent care. 

Feel less tired and anxious.

Pulmonary Care Management

Chronic respiratory ailments such as COPD and emphysema exert a profound influence on everyday existence. Although certain conditions are treatable, our objective is to address all pulmonary issues comprehensively. 

Half of all adult Americans suffer from at least one significant chronic ailment, like COPD, asthma, pulmonary fibrosis, arthritis, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, sleep apnea, or dementia. However, 68% of Medicare beneficiaries contend with two or more chronic conditions.

Our goal is to improve their quality of life by improving healthcare coordination, optimizing medication schedules, and promoting lifestyle changes. We focus on managing all chronic conditions, understanding that poor lung health can make even simple tasks challenging and lead to breathlessness.

Breathe Better. Feel Better. 

Managing pulmonary care can be a game-changer, both literally and metaphorically. We offer assistance in symptom management, handling complications, oxygen therapy, and medication management, all aimed at minimizing hospital visits and, crucially, enhancing breathing and overall quality of life.

Our pulmonary care management strives to restore individuals as much as possible to their pre-illness lifestyle. Alongside education, supervision, and helpful advice, participants find solace in a supportive community, which is equally valuable.

PT/OT will help you learn techniques that decreases the amount of energy you use for walking, climbing stairs, completing self-care and performing chores so you can breathe easier during these activities.

Our team will teach you about the respiratory process and your disease, assess and eliminate unhealthy behaviors, and help you to manage your self-care at home

We provide medication management for current and new medications, discuss treatment options and educate you on usage.

Benefits of Pulmonary Care

  • Enhances the patient’s skill in self-care, aiding in managing shortness of breath.
  • Boosts the patient’s capability to handle daily activities like housework or outings with family.
  • Strengthens the patient’s determination to maintain independence.
  • Reduces anxiety through education and practice.
  • Encourages a positive mindset towards managing the disease and improving quality of life.
  • Offers guidance on identifying and managing flare-ups.
  • Prevents unnecessary hospitalizations.
  • Promotes a healthy and safe home environment.
  • Addresses nutritional needs as maintaining a healthy diet can make a difference in treating the condition.

Benefits of Pulmonary Care

  • Enhances the patient’s skill in self-care, aiding in managing shortness of breath.
  • Boosts the patient’s capability to handle daily activities like housework or outings with family.
  • Strengthens the patient’s determination to maintain independence.
  • Reduces anxiety through education and practice.
  • Encourages a positive mindset towards managing the disease and improving quality of life.
  • Offers guidance on identifying and managing flare-ups.
  • Prevents unnecessary hospitalizations.
  • Promotes a healthy and safe home environment.
  • Addresses nutritional needs as maintaining a healthy diet can make a difference in treating the condition.
How In-Home Therapy Can Help

Due to difficulties in breathing, individuals with chronic lung conditions often steer clear of physical activity. Nonetheless, engaging in the appropriate amount and form of exercise offers numerous advantages. It enhances cardiovascular and muscular health, boosts energy levels, and promotes more efficient oxygen utilization.

To ensure our patients exercise safely, we closely monitor and instruct them, emphasizing awareness of their breathing patterns and oxygen saturation levels. Additionally, we educate them on modifications such as utilizing a chair for weightlifting and yoga poses.