Located at St. Rose Health Center
Great Bend, KS 65730
What is Cardiac Rehab?
Cardiac Rehabilitation is a cardiovascular risk reduction program of exercise and education. Your doctor will likely recommend joining a cardiac rehab program to help you return to better health after you’ve had a heart attack or medical procedure. The goals of cardiac rehabilitation include improving muscular and cardiovascular endurance as well as receiving education regarding reducing the risk of developing future heart problems.
More information on Cardiac Rehab
To be eligible for Cardiac Rehab a physician will refer you to the program which is a comprehensive service provided to individuals with Cardiovascular Disease. The primary goal of Cardiac Rehabilitation is to enable the participant to achieve his/her optimal physical, psychological, and social functioning through exercise training and lifestyle change.