Exercise based rehabilitation has been shown to dramatically improve patient outcomes across a wide variety of disease types.
Cardiac rehabilitation, which our flagship rehab program is modeled on, has been shown to reduce hospitalizations, increase life span, increase quality of life and even reverse some of the most pernicious effects of cardiovascular disease.
1 Philip A. Ades, MD, Steven J. Keteyian, PhD, Janet S. Wright, MD, Larry F. Hamm, PhD, Karen Lui, RN, MS, Kimberly Newlin, ANP, Donald S. Shepard, PhD, and Randal J. Thomas, MD, MS Increasing Cardiac Rehabilitation Participation From 20% to 70%: A Road Map From the Million Hearts Cardiac Rehabilitation Collaborative, Mayo Clinic Proc. 2017 Feb; 92(2): 234–242.
Live longer Cardiac rehabilitation improves health and recovery of those suffering from cardiovascular disease. The benefits include a 45% reduction in all-cause mortality rates.
Within 90 days, cardiac rehabilitation patients have a 30% reduction in readmissions. Rehospitalization rates may reduce by increasing improved care transition systems.
Comprehensive cardiac rehabilitation reduces all cause mortality and significantly reduces cholesterol.
Improved weight loss with our nutrition plus exercise programView study
Improved stress management and ability to control anxiety and depressionView study
Increased ability to return to work or engage in leisure activitiesView study
Improved health factors like lipids and blood pressureView study
Each year, roughly 935,000 Americans will have a coronary event, and more than 30% will have a second and potentially fatal one.Read paper
Cardiac rehabilitation after acute myocardial infarction decreases cardiac morbidity and mortality.Read paper
The burden of cardiovascular disease world-wide is one of great concern to patients and health care agencies alike.Read paper