The battle with COVID-19 can leave lasting scars, especially for those with Long COVID, a term used to describe a set of symptoms that continue for weeks or months after the acute phase of a COVID-19 infection has resolved. Pulmonary or respiratory symptoms are among the most persistent and debilitating. Recognizing the long-term impact on lung function and overall respiratory health, many healthcare institutions have introduced structured pulmonary rehabilitation programs. This article provides an overview of these programs tailored for Long COVID sufferers.
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