Research has shown that people with pulmonary hypertension can benefit from exercise. For example, one study looked at patients doing an exercise programme with physiotherapists and found that it increased how far they could walk and how much they were able to do for themselves. Here, physiotherapist Carol Keen talks to Deborah Wain about the benefits of getting active.
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