Vascular Rehab Classes
In an effort to protect our community from the spread of COVID-19, vascular rehab classes have been canceled until further notice. We understand this change may present a challenge for you, but it is in the best interest of our patients and care team to limit risk of exposure. Our vascular rehab care team is still here to serve you. Please contact your rehab facility listed below for assistance with education and resources until classes resume. For patients interested in enrolling in the program, please call the rehab department location of your choice for more information. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.
Why Vascular Rehabilitation?
The benefits of completing a vascular rehabilitation program include:
- Improved quality of life
- Increased walking distance before experiencing symptoms
- Greater muscle strength and endurance
- Reduced cardiovascular disease risk factors
- More knowledge about your condition and overall health
- Sessions consist of 30-60 minutes of therapeutic exercise training, including treadmill walking, stationary cycling and other cardiovascular and strengthening activities, depending on your individual condition and tolerance to exercise
- One to three sessions per week for up to 12 weeks (36 sessions)
- Five minute warm up and cool down period
- Education on PAD, healthy lifestyle changes and risk factor reduction
Medicare and many other insurance companies can cover a large portion, if not all, of the costs of vascular rehabilitation. Insurance benefits will be verified before patients enter the program.
Are You a Candidate?
A doctor will need to diagnose you with PAD or intermittent claudication (IC) through evaluation and diagnostic tests before you can participate in vascular rehabilitation.
Symptoms of PAD can include:
- Painful and limited walking due to pain in the legs and calf muscles
- Poor tolerance to activities of daily living while standing
Contributing factors of PAD:
- Presence of other health conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure or abnormal blood cholesterol levels
- Presence of heart disease, heart attack or stroke
A doctor’s referral is required for vascular rehabilitation. A vascular rehab representative will work with you and your physician’s office to get you started.
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