The Cardiac Rehabilitation Program at Fisher-Titus Medical Center offers heart patients complete state-of-the-art rehabilitation services. The program focuses on education, physical reconditioning, group support and physician involvement to help patients get back to a healthy lifestyle.
The central figure in every patient's care is his or her physician. The physician works with Fisher-Titus Medical Center's Cardiac Rehabilitation staff to develop an individualized program for the patient and is kept well-informed of the patient's progress through frequent reports and test results.
Fisher-Titus Medical Center's Cardiac Rehabilitation professionals are committed to every patient's full recovery. Led by Registered Nurses who specialize in cardiac rehabilitation, the team includes dietitians, occupational, physical and respiratory therapists, pharmacists and, of course, physicians.
Last year, 70-year-old Kathy Manning didn’t feel right.
Cardiologist Juan Weksler, MD recommended a diagnostic coronary catheterization. He performed Kathy’s intervention in February at Fisher-Titus Snyder/White Heart & Vascular Center.
Two weeks later she began cardiac rehabilitation at Fisher-Titus.
Hear Kathy's story is this short video.