Intermittent positive pressure breathing (IPPB) is a respiratory therapy that is used to expand the lungs and induce hyperinflation (Laffont et al. 2008). Little is known about the effects of IPPB in SCI patients, and very little literature is published for patients with acute SCI. The limited studies that do exist examining IPPB in patients with quadriplegia, very few complications occur after treatment (Laffont et al. 2008).