Pulmonary Rehabilitation

If you live with chronic lung diseases like COPD, asthma, interstitial lung disease and neuromuscular disorders, pulmonary rehabilitation can help reduce your symptoms, improve your quality of life, and decrease your need for urgent medical appointments or hospitalizations. 

    As a pulmonary rehabilitation patient at Concord Hospital Rehabilitation Services, you'll receive an individually tailored care plan, progress evaluations, therapeutic exercise activities, emotional support, and education.

    Multidisciplinary Approach to Pulmonary Rehabilitation 

    When you choose Concord Hospital Rehabilitation Services for pulmonary rehabilitation, you're choosing a multidisciplinary approach that provides individually tailored evaluations, care plans, therapeutic exercise, therapeutic activities, emotional support, and education.

    What You Can Expect from Pulmonary Rehabilitation

    Medical research has shown that pulmonary rehabilitation decreases shortness of breath, fatigue, and anxiety. Pulmonary rehabilitation can also improve health-related quality of life and help individuals gain control of daily activities. 

    How Pulmonary Rehabilitation Helps You

    • Understand causes, effects, risk factors and management of pulmonary disease
    • Improve your ability to exercise, work and perform daily activities
    • Prevent infection and promptly recognize signs when they occur
    • Decrease hospitalizations through improved health
    • Enjoy independent living with comprehensive outpatient support

    Upcoming Classes & Events

    • Jan
      16
      Thursday
      5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
      If you're ready to quit tobacco, this small group smoking cessation clinic will help you achieve your goal.
    • Oct
      21
      Monday
      5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
      If you're ready to quit tobacco, this small group smoking cessation clinic will help you achieve your goal.
    • Nov
      8
      Friday
      12:00 PM - 12:45 PM
      If you're living with COPD this chair-based yoga class can help you learn to focus your breath and improve your overall strength, balance and flexibility.