cardiopulmonary rehabilitation program

Our program is individually tailored depending on the needs of our patients. It consists of exercise and education to help our patients feel better, increase endurance, and improve their cardiovascular health and overall quality of life.

Irregular sweating
High Blood Pressure
Difficulty breathing
Chest pain

when do you seek help

Have you ever experienced a heart attack, heart failure, angioplasty, asthma, or heart surgery?

If you do, you are a perfect candidate for cardiopulmonary Rehab.

How is the program beneficial for you?

The Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Program involves active exercises to help increase your endurance. You will also receive helpful advice to keep a healthy lifestyle to improve your quality of life. The program’s duration depends on your current situation and the ultimate effect that you want to achieve.

Jojo Rehab Therapy ensures that you reach your end goal through personalized programs suited to your strength and current health condition. A realistic approach to put a halt or slow down the progression of your health problem.

What is
cardiopulmonary rehabilitation program?

The cardiopulmonary disease is a wide range of health problems that affect the heart and the lungs. The cardio refers to your heart, while the pulmonary refers to the lungs. Although some diseases may be treated with over-the-counter medications, having a cardiopulmonary illness is a different story, and it shouldn’t be taken lightly.

The common Cardiopulmonary disease is those suffering from Cardiovascular disease and COPD or also known as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder.

Cardiovascular disease is a condition that affects your heart, which generally involves your blood vessels that often leads to a heart attack or stroke. Your heart rhythm and heart muscles can also be one of the many forms of heart disease. You may often experience chest pain, shortness of breath, feeling numb, feeling cold or weak, and sometimes pain in the neck, throat, upper abdomen, back, and jaw. Although the symptoms may commonly be visible on other illnesses, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you already have cardiovascular disease. Usually, those diagnosed with the condition have had heart attacks, angina, heart failure, or those who experienced a stroke.

COPD is a chronic inflammatory lung disease that affects the airflow of your lungs. People who suffer from this disease may experience difficulty breathing, coughing, wheezing, and some may release sputum. Some symptoms also include chest tightness, low energy, weight loss, and developed blueish lips and fingernail beds.

Age and gender are not a preference as the cardiopulmonary disease can hit anyone. If you live an unhealthy lifestyle like heavy smoking, drinking, poor diet, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and lack of exercise are just a few of the factors that may cause you to have a cardiopulmonary disease. If you experience a recent heart attack or if you underwent heart surgery, your doctors would normally recommend cardiopulmonary rehabilitation program to ensure you are back on track again.