Pulmonary Interventions – Advanced Rehab Technology

Date and Time

April 18, 2024
12–1 p.m. ET


Virtual Event

About this course:

Cardiopulmonary disease can affect all aspects of health and quality of life, including functional mobility and ADLs/IADLs. Advanced rehab technologies and exercise can be incorporated into pulmonary rehabilitation to optimize patient outcomes. This one-hour intermediate level course for PT/PTAs and OT/OTAs is part of a series of Accelerated Clinical Practice courses. Through instruction and lab, this course provides information on how to incorporate electrical stimulation, ergometry/cycling, virtual reality, and dynamic standing balance systems into exercise within an evidence-based pulmonary rehabilitation program.


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