Rehabilitation Exercises

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Quiz: Do You Understand Rehabilitation Exercises?

Test your knowledge by answering the following questions:

Questions
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1

The FITT principle stands for flexibility, intensity, time and type.

Explanation:
The four main points around exercise when recovering from heart disease can be summarized with the FITT principle: frequency, intensity, time and type.
2

Cardiac rehab programs don't begin until you're discharged from the hospital.

Explanation:
The first phase of cardiac rehab may even begin while you’re in the hospital. Your healthcare team will assess your mobility, ensure proper discharge planning and recommend safe exercises.
3

The second phase of cardiac rehab focuses on support and education.

Explanation:
The second phase of cardiac rehab provides support and education, promotes adherence to your exercise and lifestyle plan and offers emotional support.
4

Ongoing exercise training is a big part of the third phase of cardiac rehab.

Explanation:
The third phase of cardiac rehab focuses on ongoing exercise training and counselling.
5

The fourth phase of cardiac rehabilitation is the most independent.

Explanation:
The fourth phase of cardiac rehab involves independent exercise and conditioning.

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