Cardiac Rehabilitation

(406) 447-2622

Cardiac Rehabilitation is designed to help people with a history of most cardiac illnesses or events. The therapists provide monitored exercise and education to help patients recover faster and resume an active and productive life with minimal limitations.

Patients can regain strength, endurance, and confidence through a progressive monitored exercise program paced to individual needs.

Aerobic exercise helps improve the flow of blood throughout the body. Strength training improves  muscle strength and stamina. Classes and personal instruction will help patients learn to modify risk factors.

Who may benefit from Cardiac Rehabilitation?

Adults who have had a cardiac event, cardiac surgery, or history of cardiac disease. Conditions may include:

  • coronary artery disease
  • post heart attack
  • post angioplasty
  • post coronary bypass surgery
  • congestive heart failure
  • post heart transplant

St. Peter's offers a Phase II Cardiac Rehab program with telemetry monitoring. A physician referral is required. Phase III is a maintenance program with pre– and post–exercise monitoring for a reasonable monthly fee.

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