Coliseum Cardiac Rehabilitation Center’s “Healthy Hearts” staff of an R.N., Dietician, Physical Therapist, Pharmacist, and Medical Director will empower you to strengthen your heart and improve overall health and quality of life.
If you hear yourself say...
“I never want to go through that again.”
“I want to be strong and healthy for my family.”
“I'm ready to make a change.”
“Healthy Hearts” Cardiac Rehab can help you achieve:
- Increased energy
- increased endurance
- Lower blood pressure
- Lower cholesterol
- Stronger heart and lungs
- Elimination or reduction of chest pain and shortness of breath
- Maintenance of a new, active lifestyle
The “Healthy Hearts” Cardiac Rehab program is arranged in two phases, building you toward better health.
Phase I begins while you are in recovery in the hospital. You will receive information about behavioral changes you should make upon your return home, including safety precautions and directions on appropriate activity levels. You will also begin a low intensity exercise program and learn about the risk factors associated with your heart condition.
Phase II begins several weeks after your discharge from the hospital. A medical professional will evaluate you to develop a personalized “Healthy Hearts” program that meets your needs.
It will include exercise sessions and continuing education classes to help you make changes toward a healthier lifestyle.
Exercise sessions may include walking, biking, weight lifting, and/ or step climbing. A team of medical professional will monitor your heart’s response to exercise to ensure safety.
In the course of your program, you will also learn about healthy heart topics, including:
- Stress Management
- Cardiac Risk Factors
- Smoking Cessation
- Cardiac Medications
350 Hospital Dr
1st Floor of Main Hospital Building
Phone: (478) 464-1326
A referral from your physician is required prior to admission to the “Healthy Hearts” Cardiac Rehabilition program.
- To find out more, call your doctor, or call us at (478) 464-1326
- We are located in Building E on the Coliseum Medical Centers Complex