Cardio-respiratory rehabilitation

Within our team we are specialized in cardiorespiratory rehabilitation. We find it essential to start your journey together, with respect and listening to your needs. For this we offer individual sessions or in small groups of a maximum of 3 patients. During these sessions we will draw up a progressive training program with you. We will explain the exercises and the different progression parameters so that you can continue your rehabilitation at home. In order to always provide you with the best possible care, we continuously train ourselves and communicate new developments to all colleagues in our team through our regular meetings. These are the most important training courses we have followed in recent years:

Ergospirometry training, Erasme
Physical rehabilitation training, Erasme
Pilates training, HE Vinci
Evidence-based practice and pulmonary rehabilitation, Erasme
KINESPORT Expert Training (Kinésport 2020-2021)

We are happy to help you as best as possible and we would like to welcome you in advance.

The team

Joffrey Veyssières

0474 60 92 28

Justine Eechaute

0475 93 30 61

Roxane de Maurissens

0477 06 95 60

Anne Catherine Chapelle

0484 30 47 91

Céline Van Steenweghen

0456 04 38 24


We have several programs to help us progress safely.

On one hand, we can draw up an expensive rehabilitation program together with you. This program consists of physical activation exercises (cycling, walking, running, etc.) of at least 10 minutes, performed while maintaining a stable heart rate (between 60 and 80% of HRmax).

On the other hand, we have a rehabilitation program for interval training. This program will consist of physical activation exercises (cycling, walking, running, etc.), alternating with short phases of intensive exercise (HR of work > 80% HRmax) and phases of active recovery (return to a HR of work <70% HRmax ).

We can also offer you a 3rd rehabilitation program which is a high intensity interval training. This program consists of physical activation exercises (cycling, walking, running, etc.), alternating with shorter intensive work phases (HR of work > 90% HRmax) and active recovery phases (return to HR work temperature <70% HRmax). ). The beneficial effects of good conditioning training are numerous: an increase in cardiorespiratory function and muscle mass, an improvement in general mobility and quality of life, well-being and self-esteem and a better adaptation to exercise.

Muscle strengthening:
Scientific studies have shown for years the benefit of combining conditioning training with muscle training, because the progress obtained is better and more sustainable. Alternating lower limb, upper limb and trunk stabilizers exercises will accentuate your rehabilitation sessions.

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