Anyone who has experienced a heart attack or cardiac disease knows how devastating the effects of these conditions can be. Cardiac rehabilitation is an essential step toward recovery for the cardiac patient on the road to a healthier life.
With the help of Good Samaritan’s Cardiac Rehabilitation program, more and more cardiac patients are returning to healthy, active lifestyles. The assistance of highly-trained staff and a wide variety of equipment ensures safe, steady progress as program participants take an active role in improving cardiac function.
Following a heart attack or cardiac surgery, most patients can make a strong recovery and return to normal, productive lives. Even after successful surgery or treatment, many patients wonder whether their heart can ever withstand the exertion of exercise and daily activity.
Designed for those who have experienced cardiac disease, heart attack, angioplasty, or open heart surgery, our program combines carefully-monitored exercise and education to help patients resume the activities that make life rich and full.
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Preparing for Cardiac Rehabilitation
Premier Health Library
The Premier Health Library offers a wealth of information about cardiac rehabilitation. Learn about conditions, treatments, how to prepare for surgery, and much more.
Content Updated: December 5, 2014