Taking Fitness to heart
Cardiac rehabilitation also called as Cardiac Rehab is a customized program of exercise and education. If you have had a Heart attack or heart surgery, Cardiac Rehabilitation gives you and your family the information, support and advice you need to get you back on your feet again.
Cardiac Rehabilitation is integral to recovery. We offer supervised exercise program that will give you the confidence to lead a normal life. The team provides ongoing support to people who have had or at risk of having a cardiac event. Patients who receive appropriate rehabilitation are less likely to have another heart attack and are better able to manage their heart condition in a positive way. “You” have to look after your heart by exercising regularly and managing your risk factors. We can help you learn how to exercise safely and what lifestyle changes you can learn to lead a healthy and fulfilling life,
Who is it for?
Cardiac Rehabilitation is available to anyone who had:
- Heart Attack
- Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery
- Any heart surgery
- Coronary Angioplasty
- Hypertensive, Diabetic
- Obese individuals
- Valve surgery
When do I start Cardiac Rehabilitation?
- Cardiac Rehabilitation can be started any time after a heart Attack/ surgery.
- Cardiac rehabilitation starts as soon as you go into hospital for angioplasty or surgery.
- You can enroll in a Cardiac rehabilitation program if you are at a risk of getting a heart attack.
- Individuals with family history of heart diseases
- Hyperlipidemic patients
- Individuals under stress
- Individuals with sedentary lifestyle
- Understand your condition
- Recover from your surgery or heart attack
- Make changes to your lifestyle that will help improve your heart health
- Reduce the risk of a heart attack
- Improve Quality of life
- Increase exercise tolerance
- Managing weight
- Control stress and anxiety
- Medical evaluation
- Comprehensive patient care coordination
- Customized exercise Program
- Yoga training
- Nutritional counseling
- Smoking cessation
- Lifestyle Education
- Psychological services
- Increased strength and Endurance
- Reduced Blood Pressure
- Controlled cholesterol levels
- Decrease in symptoms such as fatigue, shortness of breath and poor endurance
- Increased knowledge of heart health behaviors
- Improved nutrition
- Improved ability to perform activities of daily living
- Improved quality of life
- Decrease risk of subsequent heart attack
- Reduced weight
- smoking cessation