Breathing better isn’t just for the breathless.
There are so many reasons why you should be focussing on improving your breathing. This is why we have developed this new Breathing Therapy clinic.
Specific to Long Covid, current Government figures estimate that 1 in 10 people who contracted Covid will suffer Long Covid symptoms (breathlessness, tachycardia (high heart rate), brain fog, fatigue to name but a few).
Here at Origin Physiotherapy our Breathing Therapy clinic is here to help those suffering with these symptoms, and many more.
Are you breathing correctly?
A lot of the time, unfortunately, the answer is no. This is especially so for those with Long Covid symptoms.
That’s where we can help. At Origin Physiotherapy, our Breathing Clinic, backed up with scientific research, can assist and teach you how to breathe better.
Breathing better can unlock your bodies potential and help with many different conditions and complaints, including recovery from symptoms of Long Covid.
What other conditions can Breathing Therapy help with?
- Anxiety & Depression
- Brain Fog
- Chronic or persistent fatigue
- Chronic or persistent pain
- Frequent Sighing and yawning
- Panic attacks and Hyperventilation
- Disturbed sleep
- Non-Specific Low Back Pain
One of the best parts? When taught properly, there is absolutely no harm or risk to you. For more info, please check out our blog post on this by clicking here.
What will a breathing therapy session entail?
Like any healthcare or Physiotherapy appointment a breathing therapy assessment will include history taking, current medical status, contraindications to treatment and a physical assessment.
Using the information we gather from the initial assessment we will be able to devise a programme specifically designed for you.
You will be gently guided through breathing and visualisation techniques within the session. These techniques will be ones you can use at home on a daily basis or as and when needed.
Often results can be felt immediately as our breathing is fundamentally connected to how we feel physiologically and psychologically.
For more info, please check out our blog post on this by clicking here.