Do you know what chest physiotherapy is? Do you want to know more about this procedure? We invite you to a very interesting talk at school where we’ll solve all your doubts about this topic, on the 14th of November from 5.30 to 6.30pm, led by Pilar Correas.
You can sign up by sending an email to email@example.com or calling us at 667626534.
Remember that we offer free childcare for the families from Petits and that there's a very limited number of places!
What is Pediatric physiotherapy?
It is a specialty of physiotherapy in which treated children who suffer from respiratory symptoms:
· Presence of secretions
· Chest pain
· Bronquilitis, bronchitis or poorly cured or repeat are viral or bacterial.
· Loss of appetite, vomiting, reflux.
This treatment is recognized by healthcare professionals across Europe. In countries such as France, Belgium, the UK is widely used in both the public and private sectors and valued for its effectiveness.
In Spain is not well known but professionals who have practiced in France we know that occurs and this prevent the abusive use of antibiotics and bronchodilators as used in our country.
Most children between 0 and 3 years suffer from upper respiratory tract infections that become bronchiolitis, alveolitis or bronchitis by a lack of respiratory function even coming to suffer Pneumonia
Chest physiotherapy techniques manuals gets off secretions from the bronchial wall to go to the upper tracks and the boy expelled by the expectoration. We achieve this by making slight pressure on the ribcage of the child.
This evacuate mucus infected, avoid recurring infections and administer antibiotics and other medications when necessary.
IS CONVENIENT A SESSION AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
This will help the medical treatment more effective and prevent possible consequences.
WHAT IS A P.R.P?
We assess the child's respiratory dynamics determined by examination manual auscultation with a stethoscope.
Once, determine the type of maneuvers to perform more suitable for children. Vibration, percussion, bronchial drainage, slow inspiratory techniques, breathing techniques, directed cough, cough provoked nebulizations.
In no time the child is injured or suffers, but crying is normal and even beneficial to help evacuate mucus accumulated in the deeper areas.
Each session lasts 30 minutes. Depending on tolerance and the general state of the child. The frequency is two to three times a week or weekly depending on the evolution or disappearance of symptoms.
Pediatric Respiratory Physiotherapy can only be applied by a professional article
THAT CAN HELP YOUR CHILD?
· Evacuate or reduce bronchial obstruction due to the failure of natural environments bronchial drainage.
· Prevention and treatment of atalactasia (lung collapse) and lung hyperinflation.
· Prevention of structural damage. Avoiding scarring and loss of elasticity can cause infections bronchopulmonary
Pilar Correas Osteopatia
Tel : 627181562