How to use chest physiotherapies in a hospital
Physiotherapy equipment is an integral part of hospital care and a must-have item when treating patients with respiratory infections, says Dr. Mark E. Meade, chief of cardiology at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville.
So why not get a chest physiologist to take a look at your symptoms and prescribe a chest specialist to help you get the most out of your chest physiology treatment?
Here are a few tips for finding the right physiotherapy doctor.
Ask about your chest condition The best way to determine which chest physiologists are right for you is to ask about your current chest condition, Meade says.
“A lot of people think it’s important to know what the chest feels like, but it’s not always so,” he says.
The chest can also feel sore or even irritated, he says, which may signal that a chest physiologist isn’t the right fit for you.
A good chest physiologic exam should show any chest symptoms, such as: soreness or irritation.