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Cardiac Rehabilitation

  • Cardiac Rehabilitation in Philadelphia and Montgomery County



    The Cardiac Rehabilitation Center is an important component of your cardiac care and recovery at Einstein. Our cardiac rehab specialists employ state-of-the-art therapies and design therapy programs – just for you. Our innovative cardiology team offers cardiac rehabilitation in Philadelphia and Montgomery County.

    Who benefits from cardiac rehabilitation?

    Studies show that patients recovering from cardiac surgery who attend cardiac rehabilitation can reduce their chance of a future cardiac event by 25 percent. In fact, patients who complete a cardiac rehab program and follow medications carefully, including exercise and smoking cessation, can reduce chances of a major cardiac event by 50 percent or more. 

    Patient procedures most recommended for cardiac rehab

    • heart surgery
    • coronary artery bypass
    • percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI)
    • coronary angioplasty and stenting
    • valve replacement
    • pacemaker or implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD)

    Einstein employs top rehabilitation therapies, such as 

    Counseling and risk factor modification, like

    • nutrition and medication counseling
    • vocational and lifestyle guidance
    • heart health education
    • stress management therapy
    • emotional counseling
    • blood pressure monitoring
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    Accreditation & Partnerships

    Joint commission gold seal

    VAD Certified

    American Heart Association Silver Plus Quality Achievement Award

    Related Podcasts

    Congestive Heart Failure: Einstein Healthcare Network
    Two hundred fifty thousand people die per year from a heart attack before they make it to a hospital. Dr. Donee discusses the warning signs of congestive heart failure and prevention methods.

    Heart Health and Cholesterol: Einstein Healthcare Network
    One in four people die of heart disease annually. Einstein doctors discuss how your good and bad cholesterol affect your chances of having a heart attack.

    Download our heart risk assessment sheet. 
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