The Coronavirus Recovery Handbook

The Coronavirus Recovery Handbook

19 Rehab Exercises for Mild to Severe Cases of COVID-19

Liu Xiaodan, Shan Chunlei

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From Dr. Liu Xiaodan and Dr. Shan Chunlei and their colleagues at the Shanghai Public Health Clinical Center and Lei Shenshan Hospital in Wuhan, comes a must-have guide for recovering and rehabbing after contracting the coronavirus (COVID-19).
 
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention in the US and the World Health Organization have declared the coronavirus a worldwide health emergency. With the virus in 210 countries around the world, much focus is on the growing number of new cases. But how should those who have already contracted the virus start the recovery process?
 
According to the clinical needs of mild and severe COVID-19 patients, The Coronavirus Recovery Handbook puts forward a series of lung rehabilitation training methods of integrated traditional Chinese and western medicine, which have been used in the Shanghai Public Health Clinical Center (affiliated to Fudan University) and Lei Shenshan Hospital in Wuhan. The pulmonary-based Qigong rehabilitation protocol (PQRP) featured in the handbook was created by Dr. Liu Xiaodan to aide in the recuperation of COVID-19 patients. Qigong is a centuries-old system of coordinated body-posture and movement, breathing, and meditation used for the purposes of health, spirituality, and martial-arts training. This is the first authoritative, comprehensive guide to recovering and rehabbing from COVID-19 with 19 easy-to-follow traditional Chinese exercises.
 
Written in plain language, here is information that will help readers and professionals recuperate from this devastating virus. As COVID-19 continues to spread around the world—China, South Korea, Iran, Italy, Germany, the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States—and cases continue to rise in number, the ability to regain one’s strength, especially in the lungs, is imperative.
 
Led by Dr. Liu Xiaodan and Dr. Shan Chunlei, The Coronavirus Recovery Handbook was created by the rehabilitation medicine team of Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, based on their previous clinical and scientific research work, combined with relevant national diagnosis and treatment guidance and the clinical experience of many experts involved in the fight against this epidemic. With 19 exercises for individuals to utilize in their recovery from COVID-19, the information in this handbook could be lifesaving. If the worst should happen, the information in this book will help you recover your strength after fighting COVID-19.


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Liu Xiaodan:
Liu Xiaodan, MD, is an Associate Professor, Master Supervisor, Rehabilitation Therapist, Vice Dean of the School of Rehabilitation Science of Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the Chairman of the Occupational Therapy Youth Committee of the Chinese Rehabilitation Medical Association, and Vice Chairman of the External Treatment Committee of the Shanghai Society of Traditional Chinese Medicine. In recent years, Liu Xiaodan has been engaged in clinical research on lung rehabilitation for chronic respiratory diseases. During the past five years, she has been mainly responsible for more than ten projects at all levels, including for the National Nature Foundation, and has published more than thirty papers, including ten Science Citation Index (SCI) papers. The pulmonary-based Qigong rehabilitation protocol (PQRP), which was created by Liu Xiaodan, has recently been featured widely on People.cn, Xinhuanet, the China Health Qigong Association Network, Xuexi.cn, the official website of the General Administration of Sport of China, Tencent, NetEase, and other platforms and media, and has obtained much public recognition.
 
Shan Chunlei is a professor, chief physician, doctoral/postdoctoral supervisor, doctor of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and a visiting scholar of Harvard Medical School in the United States.
He is Dean of Rehabilitation Science, School of Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Director of the Rehabilitation Medicine Institute of Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Director of the Rehabilitation Medicine Center of Yueyang Hospital of Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine, Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. In Shanghai, Shan Chunlei has been recognized as a leading talent, an outstanding academic leader, and a leading talent in clinical rehabilitation. He served as chairman of the traditional Supplementary Integrated Rehabilitation Committee of the Asia-Oceanian Society for NeuroRehabilitation and chairman of the Brain Function Testing and Regulation Rehabilitation Committee of the Chinese Association of Rehabilitation Medicine. He is a peer reviewer for the second review of the National Natural Science Foundation of China project. He is mainly engaged in clinical and scientific research in rehabilitation medicine using integrated traditional Chinese and Western medicine. He has won the excellent Young and Middle-aged expert Award for Stroke Prevention and Treatment from the National Health Commission of the People’s Republic of China, the Outstanding Rehabilitation Physicians Award, and the first prize in the Science and Technology Award from the Chinese Association of Rehabilitation Medicine. He is in charge of one national key research and development program project and three National Natural Science Foundation projects. He has published more than 120 academic papers, including fifty SCI papers. He has edited and participated in the compilation of thirty monographs and textbooks.


Liu Xiaodan, MD, is an Associate Professor, Master Supervisor, Rehabilitation Therapist, Vice Dean of the School of Rehabilitation Science of Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the Chairman of the Occupational Therapy Youth Committee of the Chinese Rehabilitation Medical Association, and Vice Chairman of the External Treatment Committee of the Shanghai Society of Traditional Chinese Medicine. In recent years, Liu Xiaodan has been engaged in clinical research on lung rehabilitation for chronic respiratory diseases. During the past five years, she has been mainly responsible for more than ten projects at all levels, including for the National Nature Foundation, and has published more than thirty papers, including ten Science Citation Index (SCI) papers. The pulmonary-based Qigong rehabilitation protocol (PQRP), which was created by Liu Xiaodan, has recently been featured widely on People.cn, Xinhuanet, the China Health Qigong Association Network, Xuexi.cn, the official website of the General Administration of Sport of China, Tencent, NetEase, and other platforms and media, and has obtained much public recognition.
 
Shan Chunlei is a professor, chief physician, doctoral/postdoctoral supervisor, doctor of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and a visiting scholar of Harvard Medical School in the United States.
He is Dean of Rehabilitation Science, School of Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Director of the Rehabilitation Medicine Institute of Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Director of the Rehabilitation Medicine Center of Yueyang Hospital of Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine, Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. In Shanghai, Shan Chunlei has been recognized as a leading talent, an outstanding academic leader, and a leading talent in clinical rehabilitation. He served as chairman of the traditional Supplementary Integrated Rehabilitation Committee of the Asia-Oceanian Society for NeuroRehabilitation and chairman of the Brain Function Testing and Regulation Rehabilitation Committee of the Chinese Association of Rehabilitation Medicine. He is a peer reviewer for the second review of the National Natural Science Foundation of China project. He is mainly engaged in clinical and scientific research in rehabilitation medicine using integrated traditional Chinese and Western medicine. He has won the excellent Young and Middle-aged expert Award for Stroke Prevention and Treatment from the National Health Commission of the People’s Republic of China, the Outstanding Rehabilitation Physicians Award, and the first prize in the Science and Technology Award from the Chinese Association of Rehabilitation Medicine. He is in charge of one national key research and development program project and three National Natural Science Foundation projects. He has published more than 120 academic papers, including fifty SCI papers. He has edited and participated in the compilation of thirty monographs and textbooks.

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