Physical Therapy and Pulmonary Rehabilitation In COVID-19 Symptom Recovery

By Dr. Chris Brehm, PT, DPT As the number of COVID-19 patients in recovery increases, so has the number of people who need physical therapy.  According to a recent study in the Journal of Rehabilitation Management, twenty percent of patients recovering from COVID-19 will require facility based rehabilitation. While patients with mild cases of COVID-19 … Continue reading Physical Therapy and Pulmonary Rehabilitation In COVID-19 Symptom Recovery

Graston Technique®

Rachel Long, PT, DPT Graston Technique® is a form of manual therapy referred to as IASTM (instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization).  The specialized stainless steel instruments amplify the feel of soft tissue restrictions to the therapist's hands (similar to how a stethoscope amplifies the sound of a heartbeat) and are designed to detect more subtle soft tissue … Continue reading Graston Technique®

Lifeline can help you recover from COVID 19

By: Chris Brehm, PT, DPT If you are recovering from COVID-19 (whether or not you had a hospital/ICU stay), our multidisciplinary pulmonary rehabilitation program can help you. We still do not yet know the full impact that COVID-19 will have on survivors, including those who have recovered from asymptomatic COVID-19.   We do know that abnormal … Continue reading Lifeline can help you recover from COVID 19

The Lifeline Difference

What is the Lifeline Difference in our pulmonary rehabilitation and cardiac therapy program?  It’s our skilled multidisciplinary staff. Optimal management of respiratory and cardiac diseases involves an integrated care approach.  The cornerstones of the multidisciplinary, collaborative approach at Lifeline are physical therapy, respiratory therapy, and social work.  The team at Lifeline has experience in how … Continue reading The Lifeline Difference