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What happens at the PR exercise classes?

Last updated on Saturday, February 24, 2018

Pulmonary Rehabilitation classes are welcoming and friendly. Each session is led by a specialist physiotherapist who is happy to answer any questions you may have. Everything will be explained and demonstrated so that you feel comfortable and safe. At all times during the exercise you are monitor...

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Tag:   exercise (3)     PR (8)     lung (10)     oxygen (9)     Oxygen Therapy (3)     Pulmonary (10)    

What will i learn at the PR sessions?

Last updated on Saturday, February 24, 2018

The education part of the programme is very important. It will help you to understand how to manage your condition so that you can live a more active and fulfilling life. The talks are given by physiotherapists, nurses, dieticians and other members of staff linked to the NHS.  The topics covered...

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Tag:   Anatomy (1)     Physiology (2)     Sputum (1)     Respiratory (1)     lung (10)     lung disease (3)     respiratory (5)     exercise (3)     class (1)    

Why should i take PR classes?

Last updated on Wednesday, April 11, 2018

When a patient has a long-term breathing problem, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or another lung condition, they can find it difficult to do their normal daily activities without getting breathless.  They may also find that they get tired very easily and often feel exhausted...

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Tag:   PR (8)     Lung (1)     respiratory (5)     air (2)     breathe (4)     oxygen (9)     exercise (3)     classes (5)    

Cancer – Physical Activity Pre and Post Surgery

Last updated on Thursday, August 6, 2020

The importance of keeping active after a cancer diagnosis is well documented. The Video link is to home based exercise workout for cancer patients prior, following or during treatment.  The video has a seated and a standing option to cater for different abilities.

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Physical activity

Last updated on Thursday, February 21, 2019

Adults who exercise are more likely to have health and brain benefits.  Some exercise is better than none, but the recommendations are to be active daily with at least 2 ½ hours of moderate exercise in bouts of 10 minutes of more.  An example of this would be to undertake 30 minutes 5 days a week...

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