Cardiac Rehabilitation

If you have recently been diagnosed with heart disease, you might wonder if you will ever feel fit and strong again. Cardiac Rehabilitation is a safe and effective way to help you get back in shape and improve the overall quality of your life. Cardiac Rehab is a medically supervised exercise and counseling program that will help you overcome the physical and psychological impact of heart disease. Recent research published in the Journal of American College of Cardiology found that cardiac rehab participants had a 95% survival rate after three years compared with a survival rate of 64% among non-participants.

Anna Jaques' Cardiac Rehab will customize your program to help you get back to an active life, improve your physical stamina, increase your understanding of heart disease, and enhance your emotional well-being. We'll teach you how to modify your lifestyle to limit your risk of developing heart problems in the future.

Our Program Includes

  • Individual treatment plan and personalized exercise program
  • Continuous Telemetry monitoring
  • Cardiac risk factor modification and counseling
  • Educational classes that cover a variety of topics

Who Should Participate in Cardiac Rehab?

Anyone who has recently been diagnosed with a recent heart attack, stable angina, coronary artery bypass surgery or a stent, stable congestive heart failure, or heart/heart-lung transplant.

Will insurance cover Cardiac Rehab?

Medicare and many other insurance companies cover most of the cost of Cardiac Rehab. We encourage you to check with your insurance company to obtain coverage information.

How do I get started?

All patients are welcome with a physician standing order as long as they meet specific entry requirements.

Cardiac Rehab classes are held on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays and include 12, 18, or 24 sessions depending on risk stratification. The program is supervised by a Registered Nurse and Exercise Physiologists. Patients exercise on telemetry monitor and vitals are observed pre-, during, and post-exercise. Education classes are held once per week and cover a variety of topics including anatomy of the heart, understanding heart disease, risk factor modifications, interventions and treatments, exercise, and stress management.