The University of Kansas Health System features the Community of Asthma Coaches Helping (COACH) program. COACH provides a team of experts to help you take control of your asthma. Additionally, our Asthma Complications in Exercise and Sports (ACES) program offers specialized exercise-induced bronchoconstriction (EIB) care to recreational and competitive athletes, as well as those who experience breathing problems during routine exercise.
We strive to understand how we can help you achieve your best quality of life by listening to how asthma affects you. Once we understand your unique healthcare needs, we can create a personalized asthma self-management plan for you to begin taking control of your asthma. Your self-management plan will follow the National Institutes of Health asthma treatment guidelines, providing you the most up-to-date asthma treatment options.
Our interdisciplinary care team offers the most advanced therapies to manage obstructive lung diseases. As an academic health system, we provide unique treatments, resources and clinical trials that may not be available elsewhere.