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North Lanark Community Health Centre

a part of Lanark Renfrew Health & Community Services
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Lanark Renfrew Lung Health and Rehabilitation Program

Exercise videos

 Aerobika technique

Inhaler technique

Metered dose Inhaler








The Lanark Renfrew Lung Health and Rehabilitation Program (LRLHP) consists of assessment, spirometry (breathing test), education, the development of an action plan and follow-up care for clients with COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) or asthma. When someone is referred to the lung health program, they will be seen by a Registered Respiratory Therapist/Certified Respiratory Educator (CRE). The CRE will help you understand and manage your symptoms.

The Lanark Renfrew Lung Health Program also provides an 8-week long exercise exercise rehabilitation program (two days a week). It is an exercise program designed for people with COPD or with cardiac disease. The three components of a the exercise program include: exercise, education and support. Participating in the program is aimed to decrease symptoms and increase ability to function in daily life.

For more resources:

Lung Health Toolkit on the Champlain Healthline

Breathing Easier Guide

For more information about our lung health programs and sites, please visit:

If you are interested in participating in our program, please call Christina @ 613-259-2182.

Lung Health Program Referral Form

Subscribe to the Lung Health Newsletter.

Past Newsletters

Spring 2020