Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy

Whether you are newly diagnosed or already on the journey of recovery.

Breathe Easy, Move Easy Therapy can help.

At Breathe Easy, Move Easy Therapy, we specialise in cardiorespiratory physiotherapy, focusing on the prevention, management and rehabilitation of lung and heart conditions related to injury or disease. We aim to optimise cardiorespiratory function and joint mobility while increasing strength and coordination.

Common Cardiorespiratory Conditions.

Our Physiotherapists are trained to the highest standards, and we treat our clients according to the latest research and best practice methods. Common cardiorespiratory conditions we treat include:


  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).
  • Emphysema.
  • Asthma.
  • Bronchiectasis.
  • Bronchitis.
  • Respiratory infections, i.e. pneumonia.
  • Lung injury/surgery, i.e. lobectomies, lung transplants, lung volume reduction surgery, including post-covid.
  • Hemidiaphragmatic paralysis.


  • Heart disease, i.e. heart attack, chronic cardiac failure.
  • Hypertension (high blood pressure).
  • Cardiac surgery.
  •  Angina.
  • Peripheral vascular disease (PVD).

Patients often experience shortness of breath, a persistent cough and increased work of breathing. These symptoms physically and psychologically impact a person’s ability to manage activities of daily living and exercise. 

Your tailored Breathe Easy, Move Easy Physiotherapy program will:

  • Improve your cardiovascular health.
  • Minimise your fatigue and breathlessness.
  • Optimise breathing efficiency at rest and during activity/exercise.
  • Increase your confidence in self-managing your condition and symptoms.
  • Significantly improve your quality of life.
  • Provide oxygen (O2) home-use education, including safe handling of O2  equipment for those prescribed home oxygen.

Take a step towards wellness and give us a call today to schedule your appointment, or click here to book online.

We Help You to Breathe Easy So You Can Move Easy.

Learn to coordinate your breathing with exercise and movement for optimum results.