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Heart 2 Heart Cardiac Physiotherapy

Heart 2 Heart Cardiac Physiotherapy is a specialised cardiac rehabilitation centre located in Stillorgan in Dublin.

The clinic specialises in cardiac care and places an emphasis on a thorough assesment and individulaised treatment programme to optimise your outcome from your cardiac procedures.

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Cardiac Rehabilitation Consultation

An initial consultation with one of our chartered and registered Cardiac Physiotherapists.

Eight week Programme

8 week Cardiac Rehabilitation Course that you will complete at one of our Stillorgan clinic.

Educational Programmes for Health Care & Exercise Professionals

Our next online course takes place on the 20th January 2024.

Online Cardiac Rehabilitation Programme

Online Cardiac Rehabilitation that is completed at home except for the initial consultation

What do we offer at Heart 2 Heart Cardiac Physiotherapy

At Heart 2 Heart we care for clients who have come through a cardiac event assisting you in your recovery through monitored and controlled exercise training and lifestyle change.

After a heart attack, cardiac surgery, heart failure or a diagnosis of any cardiac condition it can be very daunting to try to return to a good quality of life and a good level of physical ability. It can be an anxious time for you and your family.

At Heart 2 Heart we offer initial assessment to establish your current level of ability and prescribe an appropriate exercise training regime for you to recover to your full potential under the guidance of a fully qualified specialist cardiac physiotherapist.

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