Prescribed education and exercise, supervised by exercise physiologists, can help individuals with cardiac disease understand their disease and improve their overall quality of life.
Registered dietitians can help you evaluate your nutrition needs and advise you on the right foods for managing your health, paying close attention to fluid management, caloric intake for weight loss and potential food and drug interactions.
Certified Diabetes Educators and Registered Dietitians help people with diabetes obtain knowledge and develop the skills needed to make healthy lifestyle changes and minimize the risk of complications from a diabetes diagnosis. Our program is offered on an individual basis or in small group settings. A physician order is required.
Board-Certified Psychiatrists, Licensed Psychologists, Licensed Professional Counselors, Licensed Clinical Social Workers and Psychiatric Nurses from Northside Hospital’s Behavioral Health program are there to support, encourage, and empower PH patients during their trying path to well-being.
Cardiac patients have a prescribed exercise regimen. Pulmonary Rehab is a program specifically designed and individually tailored to provide education, exercise and support to people with breathing difficulties. It does not replace medical therapy but can be an effective part of treating ongoing breathing problems. In Forsyth: (770) 844-3822
Northside offers a Smoking Cessation Program to help individuals quit smoking.
A Woman’s Place offers a variety of products including over the counter and custom compression garments for vascular patients.