MEDICARE and most individual plans cover a substantial part of the cost of services. Insurance must be verified prior to acceptance of treatment.

Patient Eligibility

  • Documented symptomatic pulmonary disease / disorders

  • Rehabilitative potential with desire participate
  • Clinically stable with no acute medical condition 

Medical Information Required

Written physician and patient consent that the patient is medically stable to participate in an exercise rehabilitation program and patient waiver of liability.

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Pinnacle Pulmonary Strategies specializes in Physical Therapy & Pulmonary Rehabilitation - based on the initial assessment and evaluation of the patient’s physical, cognitive, emotional, and social status, a rehabilitation plan of care will be developed by one of our medical professionals.  Through exercise therapy, education, and emotional support we will work hard at returning you to the highest functional capacity possible.

Conditions that commonly lead to referrals to pulmonary rehabilitation include:

Program Design

Our programs include full evaluation, progress reports, education, exercise, therapy and follow up...
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Benefits & Objectives

A Pulmonary Rehabilitation comprehensive respiratory care program can result in life changing benefits ...
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Targeted Conditions

  • Pulmonary Rehabilitation
  • Physical Therapy

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Complimentary Transportation
provided as needed  ​(Southgate and surrounding suburbs)

Your Program Coordinator, with the consent of your Physician, may utilize one or more healthcare team members to evaluate your abilities and limitations.

Pulmonary Rehabilitation is designed for individuals who have:

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Core Services

Who can we help?

  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
  • ​Chronic Bronchitis
  • Emphysema​
  • ​Pulmonary Fibrosis
  • ​Recent Chest Surgery
  • ​Asthma
  • Reoccurring Lung Infections
  • Patients needing rehabilitation before and after lung volume reduction surgery
  • Dyspnea / fatigue and chronic respiratory symptoms
  • Impaired quality of life - Health related
  • Decreased functional status
  • Decreased occupational performance
  • Difficulty performing activities of daily living
  • Difficulty with the medical regimen
  • Psychosocial problems attendant to the underlying respiratory illness
  • Nutrition Depletion
  • Gas Exchange Abnormalities (including Hypoxemia)
  • Increased medical resources (e.g. hospitalization, emergency room visits, physician visits)
    gas exchange abnormalities, including hypoxemia