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Dance for Respiratory Patients in Low-Resource Settings

Pulmonary rehabilitation programs are an effective intervention for people with chronic respiratory disease, and exercise training is a core component of those programs. Dance has been shown in small studies to improve 6-minute walk distance, balance, and symptoms for these patients. In the Kyrgyz Republic, a collective of artists working in health ran dance and sometimes singing workshops for patients with COPD secondary to indoor biomass smoke exposure or tobacco use in rural clinics. This video illustrates a brief segment of one such session. Click the related article link for full details.

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