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chest physiotherapy Course (101)
Course description

Chest physiotherapy is a course that aims to improve the function of the respiratory muscles through specific exercises, positions and breathing. This course is helpful in improving respiratory functions of people with any chronic conditions like COPD, asthma or in athletes and healthy individuals as well to promote enhanced functioning.  Because the respiratory muscles are also essential for postural control and core stability, with this course one can also improve conditions like back pain and reduce falls risk. An understanding of this technique can, therefore, enhance the practice of physiotherapists from a range of backgrounds and the general population. This course aims to provide you with an understanding of the emergence, advancement, and techniques behind chest physiotherapy. At the end of this course, you will be able to, design or self-treat the respiratory condition in variety of patients ranging from athletes to chronic conditions, identify the mechanism behind each condition, rationale in between different conditions, list the indications – contraindications and precautions while doing these exercises.

Apart from the basic medical knowledge there will also an emphasize on effect of herbs and many natural techniques which will fasten the process of recovery. There are variety of recipes for inhalation and massage included in this course. All the treatment options will be explained under one roof. The outline of the course includes,

  • History and advances in Chest Physiotherapy.

  • Anatomy and physiology of respiratory system.

  • Respiratory tract pathologies.

  • Assessment of respiratory patient.

  • Physiotherapy management.

  • Importance of herbs and herb-infused oils.

  • Inhalation and gargling.

  • Benefits of healthy diet. 

This course will help you the better understanding and planning for the chest condition. Anyone who is seeking knowledge and need to improve his skills will be beneficial from this course.

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