While technology successfully extends our lifespan, is our quality of life up to scratch? Chronic disease mismanagement typically arises from initial absence of symptoms, metabolic syndrome and the inevitable process of aging. Left untreated, these can result in functional impairment, irreversible organ/ blood vessel damage, premature death and increased burden on loved ones.

Return to your daily activities and sporting goals may prove challenging after an acute surgical event or injury. Where do I start, and how should I progress without risking a relapse? Increasing evidence supports the important role of rehabilitation in mitigating excessive deconditioning, comorbidity risk onset, disease relapse and even surpass your pre-surgery/ injury state.

Which program am I suitable for?

You are suited for:

Cardiac Rehabilitation

Evidence has shown that exercise can reduce complications, downtime and deconditioning associated with surgery. It also reduces the risk of another cardiac event in the future. 

Our Cardiac Rehabilitation Program is divided into various phases depending on risk stratification, goals (e.g. return to work), medication and other health indicators. It is crucial that your program is individually designed to suit the after-effects of surgery while the cardiovascular system adapts to the new “infrastructure”. Sensible adaptation should also be in place to facilitate optimal progress and physiological adaptation. We work closely with your specialist(s) to ensure a safe and effective return to functional capacities and long-term health. 

You are suited for:

Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Unexplained shortness of breath, palpitations, fatiguing more quickly than usual, chest tightness, light-headedness, brain fog. These symptoms are evident in many conditions, but what exactly is the root cause and best treatment plan?

You should have seen a specialist for an initial screen and exercise test clearance, with whom we can work collaboratively with. Our various screening tools including Cardiopulmonary Exercise Test (CPET) help with the diagnostic and prognostic assessment of the cardiovascular, pulmonary, neuromuscular and metabolic systems under moderated physiological stress.

You are suited for:

Cardiovascular Disease Management

Cardiovascular disease results in structural and functional impairment to the heart/ vascular system. Such diseases tend to progress to advanced stages due to initial absence of symptoms, and may become severely debilitating or require major surgical intervention if left unaddressed. 

Our Cardiovascular Disease Management Program is aimed at favourable cardiac remodelling, which can delay/ curb disease progression. Additionally, these help mitigate associated comorbidity risk onset and associated mortality, to help you live your best life!

You are suited for:

Oncology Rehabilitation

Cancer treatments notoriously have side-effects that may include (but not limited to), fatigue, weight gain, impaired mobility, muscle atrophy and increased risk of cardiac events in the future.

With the approval of your oncologist, our cancer rehabilitation program seeks to manage symptoms, improve aerobic capacities and progress you back to your functional capacities/ health in a safe, sustainable manner.

You are suited for:

Cardiovascular Risk Mitigation

Do you live with hypertension, elevated blood glucose levels, excessive abdominal fat, elevated triglycerides or high cholesterol levels? Metabolic syndrome entails having at least 3 of the listed indicators. 

Left unaddressed, these lead to potential health problems like chronic heart failure, stroke, diabetes and kidney failure. Damaged organs, blood vessels and systems can be way more challenging and expensive to treat. Address these risk factors whilst they are reversible!

You are suited for:

Falls Prevention

Aging is inevitable, and comes with cellular, metabolic, hormonal and physiological changes. Geriatric-associated conditions include arthritis, muscle atrophy, COPD, osteoporosis and Alzheimer’s. 

Falls, frailty & fracture seem commonplace, but tailored exercise programming can safely manage both root cause and symptoms. In fact, resistance training is now considered the first-line treatment to mitigate aging-associated degeneration and comorbidity risks.


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