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  • Vascular rehabilitation clinic

    Structured exercise sessions to reduce the risk of heart attack

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Vascular Rehabilitation Clinic

Our clinic services

If you have been diagnosed with a stroke or transient ischaemic attack (TIA), we can help. Clients just like you attend our structured weekly exercise sessions prescribed by our experienced sport and exercise scientists, carried out under our expert supervision.

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What our clients say

Read how our clients explain how prescribed exercise, performed in a controlled environment, has improved their health and wellness during the programme, and in the future.

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Contact and staff information

Want to learn more? Find out where our clinic is located, how to get there, and how to contact us. The clinic is managed by top professionals like Dr James Faulkner from The University of Winchester and experts from Wellington Hospital.

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“I have always been interested in demonstrating how useful exercise can be in improving health and quality of life. We believe that exercise is an excellent way to reduce the risk of future strokes, TIAs and other cardiovascular disease risk factors. We prescribe exercises that will improve your health and well-being, in a safe, monitored and controlled environment. I look forward to seeing you in the clinic soon.”

Dr Sally Lark, Chair of Sport and Exercise Science NZ

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