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Cardiac rehabilitation, facilitated by physiotherapists, is a structured program designed to support individuals recovering from heart-related conditions or surgeries. It combines exercise, education, and lifestyle modifications to improve cardiovascular health. Skilled therapists monitor progress, customise exercise plans, and offer guidance on heart-healthy habits. Through this comprehensive approach, cardiac rehab aims to enhance physical well-being, reduce the risk of future cardiac events, and promote a higher quality of life for individuals on their journey to heart health.

PhysioComesToYou offers a flexible approach to our physiotherapy appointments. We understand that attending a clinic can be inconvenient so we offer a mobile service. Our expert physiotherapists can attend at your work, care home, school or home at a time to suit you. We have appointments at the weekend and during the evening so you can be on the road to recovery as soon as possible.

We Specialise in Utilising the following

Back Pain

Neck Pain

Shoulder Pain

Groin Pain

Foot Pain

Ankle Pain

Elbow Pain

Hip Pain

What is Cardiac Rehab?

Cardiac rehabilitation (rehab) is a program provided by specifically trained physiotherapists to help people recovering from heart surgery, heart attacks or other heart procedures like stenting and angioplasty. The physiotherapist will help you to increase your activity level and physical fitness in a controlled and safe way.

Is Cardiac Rehab Necessary?

Following the procedures above it is necessary to help improve your physical fitness and health and reduce the risk of future heart problems.

How Long Does The Cardiac Rehab Go On Ror?

The programme is designed for each individual person. For you to become fit again can take anything between 6 weeks and 6 months.

What are Cardiac Rehab Exercises?

The program will involve a combination of warm up exercises, stretching exercises, pulse-raising activities such as fast walking, marching on the spot and gentle cycling and then a cool down. The warm up is important to help gradually increase the load on the heart, which is much safer than suddenly doing pulse-raising activities. Your physiotherapist will help you learn ways how to monitor your exercise level using measures like pulse rate and effort scores. This is important to stop you pushing your body too hard but also making sure you work hard enough to increase your physical fitness.

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Chartered Physiotherapist Maria graduated in 2007 and has been specializing in Neurophysiotherapy since then. She has started a MSc Biomechanics course and has a strong interest in gait and posture of the Elderly. Her work includes rehabilitation after injury or surgery, treatment of joint and muscle pain and balance problems. Maria also works with elderly patients and those wi ...

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Chartered Physiotherapist Michelle is a female physiotherapist registered with the Health Professions Council -PH108125 Physiotherapist’s profile is available on request – please phone 0207 884 0374 or email info@physiocomestoyou.com ...

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Chartered Physiotherapist Ed Howes qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2012 from the University of East Anglia, in the UK. Having worked in a variety of settings: Outpatients, hospitals, community, accident and emergency, clinics and sporting environments, Ed has developed a range of assessment and treatment techniques to ensure the best possible outcome for his clients ...

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Chartered Physiotherapist Melissa qualified as a Physiotherapist from St Georges University in 2014. She started her career in the NHS working with patients with learning disabilities and mental health issues, mostly rehabilitating patients in the hydrotherapy pool and gym. Melissa moved onto working with the falls prevention team, which gave her the necessary skills to work wi ...

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Chartered Physiotherapist Ciara graduated with a BSC (Hons) from Brunel University in 2012. She initially started her career within the NHS, completing her junior rotations within medical respiratory, intensive care unit, care of the elderly, orthopedics, community, pediatrics and musculoskeletal outpatients within Barts Health Trust. She then progressed to senior physiotherapi ...

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Chartered Physiotherapist Bhawna qualified as a Chartered physiotherapist in 2007 from Delhi University, India and then pursued her interest in neuroscience and completed M.Sc. Neurorehabilitation from Brunel University,London in 2009. She has been working in the UK in NHS, private and charity organisations since 2009. She specialises in Neurophysiotherapy including cases like ...

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Chartered Physiotherapist Kemi qualified as a Physiotherapist from the College Of Medicine, University of Lagos, Nigeria in 2007. She moved to the UK and started work as a Physiotherapy at a hospital in Brentwood, Essex. She then went on to working her junior years in the community at Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust. Following the above, she quickly gained experience in Care Of The ...

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Chartered Physiotherapist Lucy qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2010 from Bournemouth University. She has worked a variety of Physiotherapy disciplines including musculoskeletal, orthopaedics, post-surgery, rehabilitation, fall preventions and rehabilitation, some neurological conditions, and more recently post cardiac surgery and respiratory medicine. Lucy has worke ...

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Chartered Physiotherapist Maria qualified as a Physiotherapist from the University of Thessaloniki in Greece in 2001 and started working in 2002 as a Paediatric and adult Physiotherapist. In 2003 she gained her postgraduate specialisation as Neurodevelopmental Therapist which she extended in 2008 by gaining further specialisation in Infant Neurodevelopmental Treatment. Among va ...

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