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Martha Foster Lung Care Center

Because of breathing problems, people who suffer from asthma are often limited in their lifestyles. The specialists at the Martha Foster Lung Care Center understand and want to help improve your condition so you can lead a healthy and productive life.  

The Martha Foster Lung Care Center is proud to be on the forefront of innovative care. 

  • First pulmonary rehab water-based exercise program in the Dallas area
  • First asthma center in Dallas to utilize registered respiratory therapists and registered nurses in the role of respiratory care specialists (1994)
  • First asthma and pulmonology center in Dallas to offer a Day Asthma Camp for children (1999)
  • First asthma center in Dallas to offer a comprehensive asthma program (1988)
  • First outpatient pulmonary rehabilitation program in Dallas with a dedicated multidisciplinary team of professionals (1982)
  • First pulmonary rehabilitation program in Dallas to offer a maintenance program for pulmonary rehabilitation patients (1989)
  • First asthma center in Dallas to use methacholine challenge as a tool in the diagnosis of asthma (1988)
  • First asthma and pulmonology center in Dallas to produce an educational program for the Dallas Independent School District system (2002)  

The Competitive Performance Program at the Baylor Martha Foster Lung Care Center

Does shortness of breath keep you from peak performance? The Competitive Performance Program at the Baylor Martha Foster Lung Care Center has training options that can help you improve your performance and reach your competitive goals.

In this performance improvement program, the trained staff of the Baylor

Lung Care Center provides:  

  • Evaluation
  • Testing that includes cardiovascular and breathing tests
  • Training and education  

Our staff works with you and your trainer during the Competitive Performance Program and afterward, as needed. If you do not have a trainer, we can make one available who will work with you for the duration of the program.   

To learn more about the program call 214.820.3500 to reach the Baylor Martha Foster Lung Care Center.