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Patients with chronic heart conditions such as angina may also benefit from this programme.

Working with our specially trained team, you will be given a programme of exercise and healthy living to help you recover from any cardiac procedure and prevent further heart problems.

Elements of your cardiac rehabilitation may include:

  • Exercises to help you get active and remain active
  • Healthy eating guidance
  • Weight management
  • Blood pressure and/or cholesterol control
  • Help to stop smoking
  • Stress management

Often cardiac rehabilitation is offered in stages. Assistance in all aspects of activity and lifestyle changes will be available in the early months. Our goal is to help you regain your activity levels and adopt healthy habits that can keep you healthy for a lifetime.

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