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Cardiac Rehab Introduction 

Welcome to the Prince Edward Family Health Team's Cardiac Rehab Program!

The PEFHT's Cardiac Rehab program consists of:

1)  A joint assessment visit with Cathy Brose, RN and physiotherapist Nancy Lock/Sanyjot Harshe.

2)  We are currently enrolling participants to our in-house exercise program at the Picton Clinic location, 389 Main Street. One day per week on Wednesdays at 8:30am and 10 am. You would have to have an appointment with our physician lead, Dr. Blanchard prior to starting the group exercise option.

We also offer a virtual Cardiac Rehab with follow-up one on one phone calls from Cathy or Nancy to help progress their current home exercise program and work on the health goals they indicate when they enter the program. 

3) One on one phone assessments with our PEFHT dietician and/or PEFHT pharmacist if appropriate.

4) Education on a variety of topics about Cardiac Risk Factors are provided through online live and prerecorded videos and handouts available from our website.

There is an initial paperwork package to complete before commencing with the Cardiac Rehab Program.

What to expect - a video explanation from the Cardiac Rehab Team

PEACH Walking Log Book

Walking Logbook Now Available

Information for Group Exercise Participants

Making Exercise a Lifestyle

Warming Up and Cooling Down

How do I know if I'm Exercising Too Hard?

Hydration & Summertime Flavoured Water

Medications & Medication Links

Daily Walking Log -Printable

Cardiac Rehab Education

Education - Handouts

Education Series -Video's and Handouts



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