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The Cardiac Rehabilitation Program at Arkansas Methodist Medical Center focuses on individuals who have heart disease or who are at high risk for developing heart disease. With your physician's referral, the cardiac rehabilitation team will establish a personalized program tailored to meet each patient's cardiac rehabilitation needs and capabilities. Patients graduate from the program with improvement in strength and endurance as well as overall health and wellness.

When used in conjunction with your medical and/or surgical treatment, cardiac rehabilitation is a safe and effective way to help you:

You will benefit from a cardiac rehab program if you have or have had:

Patient Education

At Arkansas Methodist Medical Center, Cardiac Rehabilitation patients attend classes three times a week. These classes concentrate on exercise and other important aspects of daily living such as good nutrition, healthy eating habits, weight control, smoking cessation, diabetes, cardiac risk factors and cholesterol and stress management. Spouses, care-givers and family members are also strongly encouraged to attend these classes.

The Cardiac Rehabilitation Department at Arkansas Methodist Medical Center establishes a safe and effective program to start each patient on the road to recovery.

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