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Our pulmonary program is also designed to minimize the progression of pulmonary problems, chronic disease as well as maximize independence, reduce shortness of breath and improve endurance and quality of life.
You need your doctor's approval to get started in pulmonary rehab. Tell your doctor or nurse that you're interested in pulmonary rehab and ask which rehab services or plans are best for you.
Pulmonary rehab services can involve many healthcare providers. Your team may include: Doctors (your family doctor, a lung specialist, perhaps a surgeon), physician assistants/nurse practitioners, nurses, exercise specialists, physical and occupational therapists, dietitians, psychologists or other behavior therapists.
A support network can help you. Your support network may be family, friends, or a group of other people with lung problems.
Family members and friends can make a difference. They may want to learn more about lung problems so their help can be even more valuable. For example, family members may have to learn to let you do things for yourself. Your family and friends can give you emotional support as you adjust to a new, healthier lifestyle.
You may also want the support of other people who have lung disease. Ask your pulmonary rehab team if they know of a support group you can join.