Dear Ms. Keller, I am writing this letter to you to express my deepest gratitude and appreciation. I want to especially thank you for taking out the time, finding the patience, and being understanding. In a situation such as mine; at this present time; it really does help. Your help, kindness and extra effort is a blessing and a comfort. This has been a wonderful staff to work with for therapy.

Sincerely yours, Renard J.

This was a wonderful place to begin my therapy. Your staff was very nice and made me feel at home.

Lena S.

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Cardiac Care & Physical Therapy

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The role physical and occupational therapists can play in the rehabilitation of patients from accidents, surgeries and for preventative health is ever increasing and we now know they can be instrumental in cardiac rehabilitation as well.  Anyone having experienced a heart-related incident such as heart attack, failure, angioplasty or heart surgery should seek the care of a qualified physical and/or occupational therapist to be part of their cardiac rehab team.  

The American College of Cardiology has a great article here that discusses cardiac rehab in more detail.  If you or a loved one has experienced a cardiac event, we encourage you to meet with our staff regarding our cardiac rehabilitation program. 


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