Respiratory Physiotherapy- breathe better, live life, be amazing
Put simply, breathing is the foundation of our health. However, this function is regulalry compromised by stress, environment, excessive exercise, ilness, post-surgery or prolonged bed rest. These can change our overall biomechanical and biochemical respiratory regulators, ultimately affecting our health and function. We can help improve your focus, energy, and overall body performance through enhancing your respiratory health.
Elzanne Myburgh, one of our wonderful physiotherapists is extending her already extensive respiratory physiotherapy with the NZ respected Bradcliff Breathing Method training to be completed mid October 2020.
Physiotherapy can help treat your respiratory problems and improve your general functioning. You can benefit from respiratory physiotherapy at any stage of the disease, whether it is an acute episode, a chronic illness (like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), early stages or at the terminal stage of the disease. The benefits are endless, whether you are recovering from the flu, Covid-19 or from a broken leg with limited cardiovascular exercise, we can certainly help.
Respiratory physiotherapy spans the continuum from sitting based breathing exercises to breathing control for sport’s performance.
What can we offer?
- Improve work of breathing
- improve breathing efficiency
- Improve exercise tolerance/ability
- Improve functional abilities (basic activities of daily living)
- Improve physical activity level
- Help with the removal of secretions
- Improve pain
- Give advice and improve knowledge of the condition
Respiratory disorders that we can help with:
- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
- Chronic bronchitis
- Poor dynamics of breathing
If you struggle with any of the above-mentioned disorders, or if your breathing is limiting your return to work and sport, get in touch and one of our skilled physiotherapists will help improve your quality of life today.
Smile, breathe, take it slow, and live a happy life.Jonny Lung