Treatment for lung and chest disorders

We want to help you breathe easy during your daily routine. That’s why we offer complete respiratory care at our Multidisciplinary Clinic. Whether you struggle with shortness of breath, COPD/emphysema, asthma or other lung disorders, our experts can help.

Our board certified pulmonary specialists offer diagnostic and therapeutic services tailored specifically for your condition. Treatment can help you:

  • Learn breathing strategies
  • Improve ability to function during normal activities
  • Understand your disease and how to cope with it
  • Manage your condition
  • Make healthy lifestyle choices, including smoking cessation

Interventional services

We offer a range of services to diagnose and treat breathing disorders and diseases:

  • Flexible bronchoscopy
  • Endobronchial ultrasound
  • Navigational bronchoscopy
  • Chest ultrasound

Pulmonary rehabilitation

Based on your condition, a special rehabilitation program may help improve breathing and reduce related breathing problems. We work together with the pulmonary rehabilitation program at Goshen Heart & Vascular Center to help patients breathe better.

Help to kick a tobacco habit

If you smoke or use tobacco, you probably already know that the best thing you can do for your health is to stop. We offer a six-week smoking cessation program to help you quit permanently. Our certified instructors focus on the addictive aspects of nicotine as well as the mental, physical and social factors related to smoking.

Alpha-1 anti-trypsin deficiency treatment

You may suffer from an Alpha-1 anti-trypsin deficiency. An estimated 1 in every 2,300 Americans has Alpha-1, according to the Alpha-1 Foundation. Early diagnosis and healthy lifestyle choices can help prevent Alpha-1 from causing disease. Left untreated, however, Alpha-1 can lead to lung destruction and/or liver disease.

We encourage everyone with (COPD) to get tested for the deficiency. It’s a simple blood test that can show abnormal serum levels. Ask your doctor if you may be at risk for this genetic condition.

We can help

Contact our Multispecialty Clinic for more information about how we treat pulmonary disease and provide respiratory care, (574) 533-1120.