Asthma produces bronchial hyperreactivity (exaggerated response of the bronchial mucosa and responsible for the origin of bronchospasm), inflammation and edema of the bronchi and bronchioles, production of thick secretions in the bronchioles with difficulty in expectoration causing obstruction and resistance to the passage of air.
How does respiratory physiotherapy help to improve asthma?
Respiratory physiotherapy will help these patients to avoid increased secretions in the bronchioles, reeducation of aerosol therapy, techniques of the costal grid and inspiratory musculature.
In our clinic, we use instrumentalized techniques such as inspirometer, physical exercise training, nutritional reeducation such as avoiding strawberries, chocolate…
Respiratory physiotherapy will not cure the disease because it is a chronic disease but it does help to improve, prevent and also accelerate the recovery process.
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