Heart problems affect more than your heart. pt Health can help you understand how your overall health and daily habits need to change when diagnosed with a heart condition.
pt Health Cardiac Rehab is a medically supervised program that is designed to smoothly guide you towards the improved health and well-being of your heart and body.
If you have suffered from a heart attack, heart surgery, have experienced heart failure or have heart disease, Cardiac Rehab is critical for your recovery process.
What is Cardiac Rehabilitation
Cardiac rehabilitation programs help people make life changes that help to ensure a healthier future. Cardiac rehab is an essential part of the recovery process for those individuals who have had a heart attack, experienced heart surgery, or have been diagnosed with any type of heart disease.
Cardiac rehabilitation programs usually involve a specific physical exercise prescription and diet adjustments. Patients are educated about heart health and healthy living and receive counseling to help reduce stress and blood pressure. The exercise program – an important part of cardiac rehabilitation – is adapted to meet every individual patient’s needs. Each patient is given the tools they need to address their specific condition.
The pt Health Cardiac Rehabilitation program is dedicated to keeping patients healthy and safe.
pt Health therapy services are covered by most extended health insurance companies and in some cases Veterans Affairs and Medicare – such as OHIP (Ontario), Alberta Health Care and Medical Service Plan MSP (British Columbia). Not sure if you’re covered? No problem. We can help you find out (and usually within the hour). Just call us toll free at 1-866-749-7461.
At pt Health we believe your health should come first. We take care of the paperwork so you can focus on getting better, plus we offer direct insurance billing, saving you time and up front costs.
The Cardiac Rehabilitation, Exercise Training, and Preventive Cardiology Research at Ochsner Heart and Vascular Institute, Department of Cardiology, Ochsner Clinic, New Orleans, Louisiana published a research summary on the benefits of cardiac rehabilitation and exercise training in relation to cardiac risk factors.
The Department of Public Health & Epidemiology, University of Birmingham, BACR Scientific Programme Committee has published a research summary on cardiac rehabilitation which evaluated the relative effectiveness and cost advantages of a home-based program of cardiac rehabilitation using the Heart Manual, with centre-based programs in patients who have experienced a myocardial infarction (MI) or coronary revascularization in the previous 12 weeks.