CARDIAC

REHABILITATION

Cardiac Rehabilitation is a monitored and supervised exercise program for all forms of cardiovascular diseases. Our modern facility is equipped with a state-of-the-art monitoring system which helps to watch the heart's reaction to exercise and allows staff to compare progress to previous visits. It is also equipped with new exercise equipment including treadmills, upper extremity ergometers, bikes, Nu-Steps, and Rex Recumbent elliptical trainers. Our RN's and LPN's carefully monitor patients' exercise programs and provide education about living with cardiac conditions. Upon the completion of the monitoring phase of Cardiac Rehab, patients have the option to continue with a supervised exercise program for continued improvement.

NARMC Cardiac Rehabilitation Addresses:

  • Angina

  • Bypass Surgery

  • Myocardial Infarction

  • Valve Replacement

  • Heart Transplant

  • Angioplasty

Important components of our cardiac rehabilitation program include patient assessment, exercise, and education. Our staff will guide the patient through each of these, as well as assist with insurance questions and, finally, the creation of a Heart Health maintenance program, including the guidance and counsel of our Registered Dieticians.

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Phone

870-414-4000

 

Address

620 North Main Street

Harrison, AR 72601

 

Email

ContactNARMC@narmc.com

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