Cardiac Rehabilitation


The Cardiac Rehabilitation Program is an exercise and education program designed to help heart attack, heart surgery and other heart disease patients change their physical lifestyle and safely increase their physical activity level. The program is medically supervised and individually monitored.

Stages of Cardiac Rehabilitation

Our Phase I Cardiac Rehabilitation program is for hospitalized heart attack patients combines medical treatment with progressive exercise training and education during the heart-healing process. Individual home activity guidelines are established and participants are referred to the Phase II program.

Our Phase II Cardiac Rehabilitation program is an outpatient program for persons who have had a heart attack or heart surgery and those individuals who have been diagnosed with heart disease. A supervised exercise program helps people strengthen their cardiovascular system while decreasing their cardiovascular risk level. Important components of heart healthy living are discussed. Both Phase I and Phase II are generally covered by standard insurance programs.

Our Phase III Cardiac Rehabilitation program is an individually designed program for people who have or are at risk of developing cardiovascular disease. Exercise and education combined with consultation with professional staff help to improve cardiovascular fitness and assist in healthy lifestyle changes.

If you are interested in learning more about our program, please contact us today.

Our program is nationally certified by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR). Read more about our certification here.

Or, read more about how our program helped one Ashland resident regain his life, right here in the place he loves.