Our experienced team of doctors specialise in cardiac by-pass surgery, minimally invasive surgery, interventional cardiology, and non-invasive cardiology. We also provide ambulatory systems for emergencies along with non-invasive image processing, echocardiography, stress tests, cardiovascular CT’s and thallium heart mapping among many other services.Our vascular and endovascular surgeons treat blood vessel and lymphatic system conditions (vascular diseases) fully to restore to maximum health and well-being. We offer a range of treatments namely endovascular or open repair of abdominal aortic aneurysms, thoracic aortic aneurysms, and thoracoabdominal aneurysms. These include – stent grafts, open surgical reconstructions and balloon angioplasty and stenting in all vascular areas, carotid endarterectomy and carotid artery stenting, by-pass surgery and endovascular therapy for peripheral artery disease and gangrene of the limbs. Also, endovascular and open surgical treatment for peripheral artery aneurysms, endovascular surgical intervention, such as angioplasty and stenting, in all vascular areas is done. Our experience and expertise, coupled with our team approach and research prowess enables us to deliver successful treatments.
Cardiac rehabilitation is a programme of exercise and information sessions for people who have had a heart attack, heart failure or heart surgery to help them get back on their feet.
It is a medically supervised programme to help improve the health and enable the heart patients live a more active life. Cardiac rehab can also help them return to work safely and in a timely manner.
How does cardiac rehab help?
Cardiac rehabilitation programmes will help heart patients
- To understand their condition
- Recover from surgery, procedure or heart attack
- Make lifestyle changes that will help improve heart health
- Reduce the risk of further heart problems.
Who is cardiac rehab for?
Cardiac rehabilitation is available to anyone who has had:
- A heart attack
- A coronary angioplasty
- Heart surgery
- Some people who have angina or heart failure
- Some people who have an ICD implanted.
How fast one recover depends on your age, your health, and whether they have other health conditions that may slow recovery. A younger person without other health problems may improve more quickly than an older person who is in poor health.