Physiotherapists play a key role in cardiovascular (heart) and pulmonary (lung) rehabilitation, particularly in the management of patients with advanced heart or lung disease.
A physiotherapist in pulmonary rehabilitation can, for example, prescribe therapeutic exercises, guide the patient in the management of his disease, offer him psychosocial support, in particular help to quit smoking, and stimulate his motivation to increase his level of activity. physical security.
Physiotherapists are skilled in the management of acute or chronic cardiovascular problems and will work with you to improve the function and capacity of your cardiovascular system.
Using specific breathing and secretion techniques, resistance training and the prescription of therapeutic exercises, your physiotherapist will help you maintain or regain your functional autonomy.