COVID Rehabilitation & Wellness

Rehab Phase-1

Co – Morbidity Management

Nutrition Support & Counseling

Glycemic Index

Muscle Reconditioning

Upper Airway Hygiene

Rehab Phase-2

Neuro-cognitive Management

Neuro-cognitive Management

Cognitive Behavioural therapy

Emotional Wellness

Having a positive attitude, high self-esteem, a strong sense of self, and the ability to recognize and
share a wide range of feelings with other in a constructive way

Emotional Wellness Check

Evaluate your own emotional wellness with this brief quiz

  • Am I able to maintain a balance of work, family, friends, and other obligations?
  • Do I have ways to reduce stress in my life?
  • Am I able to make decisions with a minimum of stress and worry?
  • Am I able to set priorities?

If you answered “No” to any of the questions, it may indicate an area where you need to improve the
state of your emotional wellness

Training the brain for emotional wellness and Empowerment

Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy (REBT)

Progressive Muscular Relaxation Technique

  • Tense face muscles including forhead, cheeks, mouth, upper neck. Release
  • Gently roll head from side to side, with awareness of the tightening muscles. Release
  • Tighten shoulders. Release
  • Tense reght arm, from shoulder to fingers without making a fist or lifting arm off of floor. Tense left arm. Release
  • Gently tense chest muscles and abdomen, without holding the breath. Release
  • Tense left hip and buttock. Release
  • Tense right leg down through feet and toes. Release
  • Tense left hip and buttock. Release
  • Tense left leg down through feet and toes. Release
  • While no longer tensing any muscles, allow attention to drift back up through legs, abdomen, chest, arms,
    and back to the face.


The word ”Anapanasati”. In Pali language it means. To keep one’s total attention
and awareness only on one’s normal breathing process.

Ana – in-breath
Apana – out-breath
Sati – be-one-with

Anulom vilom

1. Close the right nostril. Exhale through the left, and inhale to a count of 4
2. close the left nostril as well, and retain the breath to a count of 16
3. Release the right nostril, and exhale fully through it to a count of 8
4. Keeping the left nostril closed, inhale through the right to a count of 4
Close both nostrils and retain the breath to a count of 16
6. Release the left nostril and exhale to a count of 8 to complete one round

Acute Rehab

Crisis Management

Ventilation & Oxygenation Strategies

Mucus Clearing Devices And Postural Drainage

Nutrition Therapy

Acute Rehab

Breathing Techniques

Diaphragmatic Breathin

Pursed-lip technique

Rehab Phase-3

Pulmonary Rehabilitation for Post COVID Fibrosis