Cardiac Rehabilitation: Building Stronger Hearts
Great River Health System offers three successive rehabilitation programs
for patients recovering from a cardiac event or procedure. A physician’s
referral is required for all programs.
Cardiac Rehabilitation Phase I
The first phase is provided to patients who are admitted to the hospital
for some cardiac events.
Cardiac Rehabilitation Phase II
Group cardiac rehabilitation classes meet for 90 minutes twice a week for
up to 12 weeks. The purpose of the program is to help participants strengthen
their hearts, learn about heart-healthy living and reduce fear by:
- Establishing a personalized exercise program
- Learning how to manage their conditions and prevent other occurrences
- Adjusting to the emotions that accompany heart disease
- Getting support services, if needed
Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Phase III
This program features a more independent approach to physical fitness for
those with cardiac and pulmonary conditions. It involves supervised exercise
times to improve strength, endurance and wellness.
To learn more about Cardiac Rehabilition programs, call us
at (319) 768-4100 today.