“I was absolutely elated after the first few sessions. It really affects your mood in a positive way, and I looked forward to attending each session.” – Charles “Peter” Eck, patient, pulmonary rehabilitation program at Mount Nittany Health
Located in State College, Pennsylvania, Mount Nittany Health’s pulmonary rehabilitation program is a six-week class series designed to help people with chronic lung disease, such as severe asthma or COPD.
Using exercise, education and support, the classes are designed to provide structured, monitored physical activity to improve breathing and quality of life for patients.
Conveniently located at Mount Nittany Medical Center in State College., the pulmonary rehabilitation program at Mount Nittany Health can help patients breathe — and live — better.
Classes are offered Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 8:00 am–4:30 pm, at Mount Nittany Medical Center, located at 1800 East Park Avenue in State College.
Classes are typically covered by health insurance; however, you may want to contact your health insurance provider for details based on your health insurance plan. Ask your healthcare provider if you could benefit from pulmonary rehabilitation, or simply call us at 814.278.4690.
Kim Traxler, CRT, Mount Nittany Medical Center, teaches the pulmonary rehabilitation classes at the Medical Center, located in State College. “It’s amazing to see the impact our classes have on our patients’ lives,” says Traxler. “Our graduates have gone on to live happier, healthier lives, and that makes me so proud.”