The Home Rehabilitation Network is an Independent Interactive Rehabilitation Program developed for people who want to enhance their wellness from the comfort of their home. Guided by practitioners that are well known in their field of practice, no other program offered in the United States can compete with HRN’s success rates in a TeleRehabilitation program.
At an 86% average success score, we beat any traditional facility which averages a mere 30% success rate. We are unbeatable since 2018 and hold a high respect among hospitals, rehabilitation facilities, patients, and doctors alike.
“I’m excited to tell you I started my pulmonary rehab one month ago.
I was at 750 on the spirometer and now I am at a 2500 and I no longer need to do the breathing exercises.
Just want to say thank you, thank you, thank you to Home Rehabilitation Network and Alex for all of his help! It’s been a great experience to be in the program.
I would recommend this program to anyone that is looking to help their themselves breathe better. It is amazing how much better I can breathe. I will have another breathing test done to see exactly how much better that I am but, I know I’m a lot better can’t wait to let you all know that my fev1 is better also.
I will keep you all posted on that. thanks again Alex for all of your help and support it means a lot to me. Definitely recommend this program to anyone.”
Talk about Service!
“If more and more practitioners took the time to help people like us we wouldn’t have so many problems.
Everyone talks so highly about you guys, now I know why.”
“I must say when I first signed up I wasn’t sure how it was going to go. Now I wish I would have signed up sooner.
I feel I’m doing better now. The results are pretty amazing!!
It’s hard work but it is so worth it.
If you haven’t signed up yet check it out you can’t go wrong. I actually think the program is better than the one I did at the hospital for rehabilitation. I sure did not have these results when I went there.”
My patient came back to me after your program jogging!
“Not sure how you’re doing it…
but you got my vote!”