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For a majority of COVID-19 patients, symptoms remain mild and dissipate after 14 - 21 days. But an estimated 10% to 35% report experiencing symptoms like shortness of breath and muscle weakness for months. For those experiencing long-haul symptoms, their hospital and recovery time is much longer than other COVID-19 patients and requires additional rehabilitation. Thankfully, virtual PT can help with long-haul COVID symptoms.
• Shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, respiratory recovery
• Decreased mobility and ability to walk
• Overall weakness and generalized deconditioning
• Pain, joint stiffness, and other musculoskeletal conditions
• Balance and neurological challenges
• Worsening of comorbidities
Agile Virtual Care’s comprehensive recovery program is research-backed and focuses on improving respiratory and neurological capacity along with overall mobility. This program is individualized and can be treated virtually or in-person through one of our partner clinics or at-home. If your patients are recovering from the coronavirus, a hospitalization, or following stay-at-home quarantine recovery from any form of illness, we have a physical therapy program catered for their needs to help improve their functional ability.
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