"I would highly recommend that anyone who suffers from any type of cardiac or lung disease, go to Copley's Cardiac-Pulmonary Rehab...it's made a tremendous difference in my life."
-Jerry Tardif, Waitsfield
"I am appreciative of the professional care provided by Betsy and Steve in your Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program. Their understanding of my diagnosis and selection of appropriate exercises have improved my situation. I have high regard for their work."
- William Haines, Worcester
Improve Your Quality of Life Copley Hospital's Cardiac-Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program can help improve your quality of life and help you reach a higher level of functioning. You'll exercise, retrain your breathing and develop coping and support skills to better manage your condition.
If you are recovering from a heart attack, bypass surgery, stent placement or other heart event or live with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma, bronchitis, bronchiectasis, emphysema, interstitial lung disease, lung cancer and lung cancer surgery, lung volume reduction surgery before and after lung transplantation, and pulmonary hypertension, or any other disease affecting your lungs, you could benefit from this program.
Demonstrated Benefits • reduced shortness of breath
• reduced hospitalization
• improved well-being and quality of life
• better exercise tolerance
• all the benefits that come from having a network of support
To Get Started
You will need your physician's referral and an initial evaluation is necessary. In the evaluation, we'll determine a baseline level of function and work with you to develop your personal goals and work plan. We ask that you quit smoking before beginning the program.
Call 802-888-8230 Fax 802-888-8244
Location: Cardiac Pulmonary Gym, 1st Floor, near Emergency Department
Graduates of the programs have said
"It affirmed the benefit of regular exercise and pointed me toward that goal. I improved my breathing technique."
"The results were way beyond my expectations."
"The program helped me realize that, although COPD is limiting, it is also possible to live a full life."