For Patients

Who Should Have a Respiratory Therapist?

If you have been diagnosed with any of the following conditions, a Respiratory Therapist may be able to help you:

  • COPD, emphysema, & chronic bronchitisFor Patients 1
  • Congestive heart failure (CHF)
  • Asthma & allergies
  • Sleep Apnea and other sleep disorders
  • Sarcoidosis
  • Pneumonia
  • Pulmonary fibrosis & restrictive lung disease
  • Bronchiectasis & cystic fibrosis
  • Neuromuscular disorders that affect the muscles of breathing
  • Pre- and post-operative heart and lung surgeries and transplants
  • Tobacco dependence and want to quit smoking

Our primary goal is to provide the knowledge and resources you need to successfully recover at home and start enjoying life again.

Why Choose Select Respiratory Services?

Select Respiratory Services, LLC, offers you expert Respiratory Therapy in the privacy of your own home.  We offer the highest quality in respiratory care, customized to match your needs and lifestyle.  With Select Respiratory Services, you will have all the resources you need to safely recover at home, avoid a relapse, and get back to the business of living.

With a focus on health and disease prevention, our Respiratory Therapists consider the whole person, rather than a single disease.  Our primary goal is to provide the knowledge and resources you need to successfully recover at home, stay out of the hospital, and start enjoying life again.

Select Respiratory Services offers hands-on Respiratory Therapy in your home to help you get your lung disorder under good control, pulmonary rehabilitation to help you stay in control of your lung disorder, and patient advocacy any time you need expert assistance as you make your way through the healthcare system.  Ultimately, you, your doctor, and your respiratory care practitioner work together to customize the best approach to help you achieve your specific goals.
Please Contact Us or call 916.805.5119 for more information.


From Hospital to Home:
Easing the Transition for Respiratory Patients and Their Caregivers