Objectives

Through completing this course students will:

  • Review the normal cardiorespiratory response to exercise and the pathophysiology of PF and Severe Asthma.

  • Understand exercise and its role in managing Pulmonary Fibrosis (PF) and Severe Asthma, and the special considerations when participating in an exercise program.

  • Review the difference between controlled and uncontrolled asthma, severe asthma and exercise induced bronchoconstriction (EIB).

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  • Who is this course for?

    Kinesiologists, Exercise Physiologists and Fitness Professionals

  • Benefits

    It will give you the tools, knowledge, and techniques needed to work with individuals with PF and Severe Asthma, safely and effectively

  • Course Highlights

    Comprises of two online modules including pathophysiology of PF and Severe Asthma, impact of pulmonary rehabilitation in these disease areas and considerations when exercising.

  • Continuing Education Credits

    Certificate of completion provided to earn Continuing Education Credits with your accreditation association:
    2 hours of learning

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