Cardiac rehabilitation is for people who have had a heart attack, angina (chest pain), coronary artery bypass surgery, valve replacement or angioplasty.
In addition to rehabilitation,our cardiac stress testing services support effective diagnosis and treatment.
Our cardiac rehab experts from look at each person's health risks as we personalize a plan to help prevent future problems. A main part of this plan is reconditioning the heart through a two-phase exercise program.
Phase 1 begins in the hospital when you are recovering from heart attack, angina (chest pain), or heart surgery. It emphasizes a gradual increase in the amount and type of exercise.
Phase 2 generally lasts four to 12 weeks after you leave the hospital. This program combines medical supervision with medical supervision with EKG heart monitoring a as you exercise in our dedicated outpatient area, located on the first floor of the hospital.
Our registered cardiac rehab nurses work with each participant and his or her loved ones to achieve these goals:
The phase 2 program also includes comprehensive education on topics like these:
You need a referral from your health care provider to begin cardiac rehabilitation.
Cambridge Medical Center's cardiac rehab program is certified by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR). This means our program meets or exceeds national care standards.