Supervised Exercise Programs
Phase III Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation – Available to former cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation patients who wish to continue progression of the exercise and lifestyle modifications that were established in the Phase II programs. This individualized exercise program will serve as a bridge for participants to transition from clinical-based exercise to community-based exercise under the supervision of clinically-trained staff. The goal of the program is for participants to become independent and transition to minimal supervision (Phase IV) or self-guided exercise.
Phase IV Health Maintenance – This independent exercise class is intended for Phase III participants who would like continued staff guidance in a community gym setting. Participants and staff will create a monthly exercise plan that the participant is able to independently accomplish with minimal supervision.
Transitional Gym Program – This supervised, small-group exercise program is for recently-discharged physical therapy patients who would like continued guidance with exercise. Licensed and certified staff members help participants meet their functional and fitness goals in a community gym setting.
Risk Factor Management Program – Exercise and education-based program intended for those who have known risk factors associated with cardiovascular or metabolic diseases. This is a preventive health program intended for individuals who wish to modify and control their risk factors in a community gym setting with clinically-trained staff members experienced in working with chronic disease.