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Respiratory Care Made Easy

Virtual Pulmonary Rehab, one click away

Designed for you 
at home
Covered by 
Supported by
Health Professionals
Increased access to
Virtual Pulmonary Rehab

Covered by 


Program Components

Designed for You at Home:

A 12-week program that includes exercises specific to your condition, education, and support, based on your lifestyle and goals

Supported by Health Professionals:

You'll receive 1-on-1 care from a licensed Physical Therapist and a dedicated respiratory coach

Covered by Insurance:

Most Medicare patients will be able to access the program at no cost. If you have a copay from insurance, you'll know before you enroll what your financial responsibility will be

Getting started is simple


Referral from Physician

Ask your doctor if BreatheSuite's program is right for you. They will refer you to our program if they think it's right


Receive your welcome kit

Our welcome kit includes a pulse oximeter, exercise bands, inhaler sensors and a journal, all tailored to your specific needs


Consult with Care Team

Our team will call you to get you set up in the program. You will meet your care team, who will be there to support you every step of the way


Start breathing better

Our care team will help you work towards your specific goals and support you on your journey to better breathing

Meet our care team

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Kali Nordin, PT, DPT

Doctor of Physical Therapy

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Melissa Carlsen, 

Suzanne VanderKooi,

Mallory Kargela, PT, DPT

Ryan Templet, PT, DPT

Registered Respiratory Therapist
Certified Respiratory Educator

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Doctor of Physical Therapy


Cheryl Newman, PT, DPT

Doctor of Physical Therapy

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Kelly Casey, PT, BS

Physical Therapist


Sidra Petit, PT, DPT

Doctor of Physical Therapy

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Rachel Gauger, RRT

Registered Respiratory Therapist

Mature Woman

Sherry, 79

45 Miles from Pulmonary Rehab Center

"I am so lucky to find this - I am just thrilled to be doing this program!"

Man in Cowboy Hat

Tom, 70

39 Miles from Pulmonary Rehab Center

"I'm the happiest I've ever been right now. I appreciate all you guys have done. The professionalism of the coaches is off the chart and they make me feel very comfortable." 

  • Where do I find my Apple ID?
    To find your email address go to settings, and under your name will see your Apple ID.
  • My app is frozen, what do I do?
    If the app is frozen, force close the BreatheSuite app. The steps are listed below. Android Open the Settings app. Choose Apps. Touch the Running tab to view only active or running apps. Choose the BreatheSuite app. Touch the Stop or Force Stop button. Apple From the BreatheSuite home screen, swipe up from the bottom of the screen and pause in the middle of the screen. Swipe up on the app's preview to close the app. In case they couldn’t wake up the devices: Most likely, it’s on transport mode. Show the participant how to hold the device upright, put his thumb under the device, and push down the top of the device. Device Connectivity If the device is not connecting for android users, follow instructions Steps to Reconnect Verify you have the latest version of android. Delete the app if you have downloaded it. Download the app from the play store and create a new account. Take note of if you were prompted to add location permissions Connect the device. If you were not prompted to add location and the device did not connect: Go to settings -> Apps Select the BreatheSuite app Update the location permissions to “allow all the time.” Restart the app The device should now connect
  • Inhaler Types - What’s the difference between a controller and a rescue inhaler?
    Controller Also called a maintenance inhaler. This medication is one you take daily on a prescribed schedule. This medication helps manage your symptoms on a regular basis. Rescue Also called a reliever. This medication is one you take in an emergency when you are experiencing breathlessness.
  • What's an Aerochamber?
    Aerochambers, also known as spacers are meant to only be used with your puffer (metered dose inhalers - MDI). One end attaches to the puffer and the other to your mouth. When the medication from the puffer is released the medication is held inside the spacer so you can slowly breathe it in.
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