Top tips to improve your respiratory health
The lungs are one of the major affected areas in a patient suffering from Covid-19. Depending on the severity of the virus in an individual, patients may continue to suffer from sub-optimal respiratory function for a long time post-recovery. Luckily, our Consultants are on hand to guide you through the best ways to assist your respiratory wellness.
Advice from Professor Luke Howard
Consultant Pulmonologist Professor Luke Howard discussed the Long-Covid symptoms he most commonly sees in respiratory patients, and offers his advice for those still on the road to recovery.
Lung function testing
For anyone who has suffered from Covid-19, it is essential that you monitor how well your lungs have recovered, and the best way of doing this is via lung function testing. Click on the link below to learn more and book an appointment.
Meet the expert
Professor Luke Howard is a Consultant Pulmonologist at OneWelbeck Lung Health. His expertise covers diseases of the pulmonary circulation, including pulmonary hypertension (high blood pressure in the lung) and pulmonary embolism (blood clots in the lung); sport and exercise physiology; unexplained breathlessness.
Alongside his work at OneWelbeck, Dr Howard is a Consultant Pulmonologist at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and Director of Pulmonary Hypertension Service and a Clinical lead for exercise physiology.