For more information, please call 304.526.2539
Cabell Huntington Hospital's pulmonary rehabilitation program is nationally certified through the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR). Pulmonary rehabilitation is a well-established therapeutic tool that improves the quality of life and functional capacity of patients with chronic lung disease. Used in conjunction with standard medical therapy, pulmonary rehabilitation can alleviate symptoms and help restore and maintain your physical and psychological functioning. Pulmonary rehabilitation is usually recommended for patients with:
For patients with chronic lung disease, pulmonary rehabilitation can be a significant intervention that helps them gain some degree of control over symptoms and regain independence in daily activities. Used in conjunction with standard medical therapy, pulmonary rehabilitation can help alleviate symptoms and restore and maintain physical and psychological performance. This program focuses on the individual needs of each patient by working to meet realistic, individual objectives with an overall goal to achieve a maximum level of independent daily living. Pulmonary rehabilitation services include:
These activities help you increase your strength and endurance through exercise training, reduce the frequency and severity of your symptoms, become actively involved in your own health care, maintain independence and improve your physical, mental, emotional and social quality of life. At Cabell Huntington Hospital, pulmonary rehabilitation integrates multidisciplinary services including physicians, pharmacists, nurses, respiratory and occupational therapists, exercise psychologists and a registered dietitian. You will participate in a 12-week program with exercise, diaphragmatic breathing and education three days a week. A physician referral is required. Pulmonary rehabilitation is covered by most health insurance plans. For more information, please call 304.526.2529.
The pulmonary rehabilitation office is located at 1305 Elm Street in the Center for Lung Health lower level, which is across from the helipad.