Pulmonary Care & Recovery
Perfecting the Art of Recovery – One Breath at a Time
What is Pulmonary Rehabilitation?
Stone Rehab offers pulmonary rehabilitation to individuals with chronic respiratory conditions as a result of lung diseases, such as COPD, pulmonary hypertension, cystic fibrosis. Our program brings together physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy based on the specific needs of each person. We will teach you how to fully utilize your oxygen level, enabling you to deal with lung flare-ups and allowing you to perform activities of daily living.
The team at Stone Rehab helps you work within the limitations of your respiratory condition. Nursing and Physician services will teach you relaxation skills and breathing treatments using oxygen when you need it most. We understand that it can be physically draining when your lungs aren’t cooperating; we have tips to help increase your activity level so you can enjoy each day
How Long Does Pulmonary Rehab Last?
Typically, you attend sessions for approximately two weeks.
The Benefits of Pulmonary Rehabilitation
Dealing with health issues pertaining to your lungs can feel overwhelming. Stone Rehab works with you to help ease your respiratory symptoms, maximize lung function, improve your quality of life and reduce the possibility of further hospitalization. This is done through nutrition and exercise, along with medication and/or oxygen therapy.
The Stone Rehab Difference
Therapists at Stone Rehab work with you and your doctor to implement a plan specific to your needs using our innovative approach to recovery. You work with your team during the day, and then relax and recover in the comfort of your spacious suite.
- Learn exercises and energy-saving tips specific to your lung capacity in our state-of-the-art rehabilitation/ therapy gym.
- Take a stroll in our beautiful outdoor garden, stopping to take in the scenery and rest as needed.
- Work with our support staff to create a plan for the future, learning how to deal with the ups and downs that come with a pulmonary disease.
Ready to discuss your recovery and treatment plan? Talk to our Admission Director at