Wockhardt Guide on Cardiac Rehabilitation Home Program

Who can enrol?
 
  • All angina and post heart attack patients
  • Diagnosed blockages in the angiography
  • Stress test positive
  • Undergone bypass surgery / angioplasty procedure

This program is individualized and tailor made for the patient based on the principles of reversing heart disease by Dean Ornish

Program details:
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Duration: 3 months

  • To restore quality of life
  • To make them understand the nature of their disease
  • Guide them through the right exercise program
  • Guide them through the right diet
  • To prevent recurrence of the disease after bypass surgery/ angioplasty procedure
Stages of the program:
 

Stage 1 INTRODUCTION

  • Knowledge about the disease
  • Lifestyle changes
  • Predisposing factors

Our rehabilitation specialists will take a detailed history to explore the aspects of your personality, stress factors, lifestyle and what you could expect from this program.

Stage 2 DIAGNOSTIC TESTS

  • Lipid profile
  • Blood sugar
  • Stress test

Stage 3 CARDIAC FITNESS PRESCRIPTION

  • Monitoring your heart rate
  • The FITT principle
  • Target heart rate prescription
  • Frequency of exercises
  • Type of exercises
  • Intensity of exercise
  • Duration and time

Stage 4 DIET PRESCRIPTION

  • Calorie planning
  • Balancing your diet
  • Heart friendly foods
  • Anti-oxidants

Stage 5 MEDITATION TECHNIQUES

  • Imagery
  • Progressive relaxation techniques
  • Transcendental meditation
  • Pranayams

Stage 6 LIFESTYLE MODIFICATION

  • Counseling
  • Sleep patterning & sleep hygiene
  • Smoking cessation
 

It’s your heart. How many arteries are you going to bypass? Prevent heart disease. Because only you can!

 

At Wockhardt, we care for your well being. We strongly recommend practicing prevention and securing health. In a world where lifestyle evolves by the day, it is essential to stay in the pink of health. Wishing you and your family good health and happiness always.

The information in the booklet is not intended as a substitute for medical advice but is to be used as an aid in understanding ailment. Always consult your doctor about your medical condition.

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