Cardiopulmonary physiotherapy

      Cardiopulmonary physiotherapist’s occupation with patients in a diversity of settings. They treat acute problems like asthma, acute chest infections and trauma; they are involved in the training and recovery of patients from main surgery; they also treat a wide range of chronic cardiac and respiratory circumstances like Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), cystic fibrosis (CF) and post-myocardial infarction (MI).

      They work with all ages from premature children to older adults at the end of their life. Physiotherapists are pioneering new organization techniques for non-organic respiratory problems like hyperventilation and other stress-related disorders as well as leading the development of cardio-pulmonary treatment and non-invasive ventilation.

      Cardiopulmonary physiotherapists use bodily modalities to treat people. This may involve using manual techniques to clear infected mucus from a person's chest, or using non-invasive airing to help a person breathe, or prescribing exercises to improve a patient's functional exercise capacity.

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