Ernie Sacco, E.P., M.A.
Gerard Frank, MD
Tamara Horwich, MD
Typical medical diagnoses for the pulmonary program include:
Typical surgical procedures that might necessitate rehab would be following lung transplantation and before and after lung volume reduction surgery.
Diagnoses for the cardiac program could include:
Learn why you should participate in cardiac rehabilitation in this concise and informative article written by UCLA Health Cardiac Rehabilitation Medical Director, Dr. Tamara B. Horwich, MD, MS and UCLA Health Clinical Chief of Cardiology, Dr. Gregg C. Fonarow, MD.
The intensive programs include exercise and education that is individualized for each patient. These programs are covered by most private insurances, HMOs and Medicare. This coverage would be verified prior to beginning the program. Physician referral is required.
A follow-up program of medically supervised maintenance exercise is also available. This is a self-pay program.
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