'Taking Control of Heart Disease' Free Public Talk Co. Clare

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Have you recently been diagnosed with heart disease? Suffered a heart attack or stroke? Had a stent fitted or had bypass or heart valve surgery?

Then this FREE public talk is for you!

 

Following a new diagnosis of heart disease or after a recent cardiac event you are often left confused and you may have lost your confidence and/or be struggling to get back to work or your activities of daily living. When you are discharged from hospital it’s difficult to know where to turn to for up to date evidence based advice, guidance and information on your condition.

 

Reducing your cardiovascular risk and thus reducing your risk of a future heart attack or stroke is imperative after your event. Croi heart and stroke centre in collaboration with the Cardiology Dept. UCHG are placing an emphasis on assisting and facilitating people to reduce their cardiovascular risk factors and inevitably help them reduce their overall risk for further events including heart attack and stroke by offering a FREE public talk on the 2nd May 2018 in Temple Gate Hotel, The Square, Ennis, Co. Clare entitled “Taking Control of Heart Disease”. The talk will place an importance on understanding your condition, advice on exercising with heart disease and it will explain and describe a cardio protective diet to ensure you can live a healthy life.

 

Consultant Cardiologist, Dr. Jim Crowley said: “It’s so important to understand your risk factors and engage in behaviour changes to enable you to make changes to live a healthy lifestyle which without doubt will help decrease your future cardiovascular risk”. This public talk is pitched specifically at those who have had recent events including stenting, bypass and valve surgery or for those with known heart disease including heart failure and stable angina.  

 

This talk is being led by consultant cardiologist, Dr. Jim Crowley along with talks from the multidisciplinary team at Croi including Ms. Denise Dunne, specialist cardiac physiotherapist and Ms Suzanne Seery, senior dietitian. The information can help and assist people:

 

  • Manage disease by making healthy lifestyle changes
  • Help restore confidence through education, support & specialist advice
  • Give advice on improving physical fitness levels
  • Advice on returning to work or normal activities of daily living
  • Give some advice on the many rehabilitation pathways available to you as a patient

 

Places for this free talk are limited. Book your place now or call Croí on 091 544310.

 

 

 

Croí

Croí is a registered Irish heart & stroke charity dedicated to the fight against heart disease and stroke, with a special focus on the West of Ireland. 

Our Mission is to 'Prevent Disease, Save Lives, Promote Recovery and Wellbeing'

The charity is totally funded through the proceeds of fundraising events, voluntary contributions and philanthropy.
Charity Number: CHY7500

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