Your path to recovery and better health is smoother when you have an experienced team to guide you after a heart attack, heart surgery or a diagnosis of angina. Our cardiac rehabilitation program gives you the attention and care you need to reduce your risk of future illness and get back to your life with family and friends.
We are a medically supervised program certified by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation. Your care team will help you build strength and change habits that put you at risk. Depending on your medical needs, you can get coaching and guidance on nutrition, exercise and skills for heart-healthy living.
Do I need to participate?
Cardiac rehab can help if you:
- Have had a diagnosis of heart disease or angina
- Are recovering from
- A heart attack
- Bypass surgery
- Heart valve repair or replacement
- Cardiac transplant
- Congestive heart failure
- Want to improve your quality of life
What could I gain from participating?
A commitment to cardiac rehabilitation can help you:
- Build strength
- Lower blood pressure and cholesterol
- Reduce risk of future illness
- Increase tolerance to stress
- Improve your health and quality of life
- Build confidence
Where do I receive care?
The Cardiac Rehabilitation Unit is moving to a new location in February 2021 conveniently located at:
8640 Sudley Road
Medical Building 2, Suite 104
Manassas, VA 20110
This new location will provide additional space for patient care, education and expanded programs, including Phase III Cardiac Rehab (maintenance program). The new location will also provide easier access for patients with a first-floor entrance and nearby handicapped parking.
AACVPR patient resources
Get tips from the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR) on topics such as weight loss, smoking cessation and more.
American Heart Association tips
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