Cardiac rehabilitation

Cardiac rehab; Heart attack - cardiac rehab; Coronary heart disease - cardiac rehab; Coronary artery disease - cardiac rehab; Angina - cardiac rehab; Heart failure - cardiac rehab

Cardiac rehabilitation (rehab) is a program that helps you live better with heart disease. It is often prescribed to help you recover from a heart attack, heart surgery, or other procedures, or if you have heart failure.

These programs most often include both education and exercise. The goal of cardiac rehab is to:

  • Improve your cardiovascular function
  • Improve your overall health and quality of life
  • Reduce symptoms
  • Reduce your risk of future heart problems

Who Needs Rehab

Benefits of Cardiac Rehab

What to Expect

Choosing a Program