Post-COVID Rehabilitation Program

A personalized Post-COVID rehabilitation program designed by rehabilitation professionals who have successfully battled the after-effects of COVID disease.

Common Symptoms of Post-COVID Syndrome:

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Brain:

Brain fog and inability to focus are hallmarks of COVID disease. Some may develop signs of early-onset dementia.

Lungs:

Reduced lung function results in gasping for breath and fatigue from poor oxygenation. 

Flexibility:

Detrimental reductions in flexibility occur naturally with limited activity. These changes can lead to injury, especially when trying to return to pre-pandemic and pre-illness activities without supervision.

Anxiety and Depression:

An inability to thrive from loneliness during a pandemic that requires social distancing is entirely understandable and normal. 

Heart:

Elevated blood pressure and heart rate from vasculitis may reduce heart functioning and cause poor oxygenation and extreme fatigue.

Strength:

Atrophy of muscles can quickly occur with sickness or quarantine without illness. Decreased muscle mass leads to insulin resistance, fatigue, and unhealthy weight gain.

Balance:

Many post-COVID patients see whole body neurological deficits which impact movement patterns and increase the likelihood of injury.