Here are a few treatments that Therapy Respiratory Clinics usually offer:
Allergy and Immunotherapy
They test a patient’s allergic reaction to various food and drug. And also provide immunotherapy to improve their condition of allergy.
Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP)
This method is used for treating obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA). This gets rid of your sleepiness during the day time. They set up appointment consultations for nurses even after we discharge the patients so that they can come back if they need to for any advice or further treatment.
Interstitial lung disease (ILD)
They treat patients with interstitial lung disease. They have experienced consultants who review individual cases and suggest appropriate diagnosis and treatment of the disease.
Asthma patients can talk with their respiratory consultants to discuss different asthma symptoms and treatment.
Non-invasive ventilation (NIV)
They treat patients who need additional help with their breathing. The patient has to wear a respiratory mask at night and during the day to breathe properly.
Besides these clinical treatment options, they also provide psychological counseling for their patients. Their diagnosis service is the best in the area. So, if you have a respiratory illness, visiting one of these clinics is probably a good idea.