Vascular Rehabilitation
Things to Know
Vascular rehabilitation is a specialized exercise program that is medically supervised by a team of cardiovascular nurses, exercise physiologists and other personnel. Vascular rehabilitation is conducted in a hospital outpatient setting by qualified personnel who are trained in exercise therapy for PAD.
  • Why Vascular Rehabilitation?

    The benefits of completing a vascular rehabilitation program include:

    • Improved quality of life
    • Increased walking distance before experiencing symptoms
    • Greater muscle strength and endurance
    • Reduced cardiovascular disease risk factors
    • More knowledge about your condition and overall health
  • Program Overview
    • Sessions consist of 30-60 minutes of therapeutic exercise training, including treadmill walking, stationary cycling and other cardiovascular and strengthening activities, depending on your individual condition and tolerance to exercise
    • One to three sessions per week for up to 12 weeks (36 sessions)
    • Five minute warm up and cool down period
    • Education on PAD, healthy lifestyle changes and risk factor reduction


    Medicare and many other insurance companies can cover a large portion, if not all, of the costs of vascular rehabilitation. Insurance benefits will be verified before patients enter the program.

  • Are You a Candidate?

    A doctor will need to diagnose you with PAD or intermittent claudication (IC) through evaluation and diagnostic tests before you can participate in vascular rehabilitation.

    Symptoms of PAD can include:

    • Painful and limited walking due to pain in the legs and calf muscles
    • Poor tolerance to activities of daily living while standing


    Contributing factors of PAD:

    • Presence of other health conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure or abnormal blood cholesterol levels
    • Presence of heart disease, heart attack or stroke


    A doctor’s referral is required for vascular rehabilitation. A vascular rehab representative will work with you and your physician’s office to get you started.

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Vascular Rehabilitation Locations
  • Texas Health Allen
    1105 N. Central Expressway
    Medical Office Building 2, #2250
    Allen, TX 75013

    972-747-6900

  • Texas Health Alliance
    10840 Texas Health Trail
    Professional Building, Suite 110
    Fort Worth, TX 76244

    682-212-5000

  • Texas Health Arlington Memorial
    800 West Randol Mill Road
    Arlington, TX 76012

    817-960-6475

  • Texas Health Burleson
    2750 SW Wilshire Blvd.
    Burleson, TX 76028

    817-782-8070

  • Texas Health Cleburne
    201 Walls Drive
    Cleburne, TX 76033

    817-556-7773

  • Texas Health Dallas
    7232 Greenville Ave.
    2nd Floor
    Dallas, TX 75231

    214-345-4661

  • Texas Health Denton
    207 North Bonnie Brae
    Denton, TX 76201

    940-898-7359

  • Texas Health Fort Worth
    1301 Pennsylvania Avenue
    Fort Worth, TX 76104

    817-250-5055

  • Texas Health HEB
    1616 Hospital Parkway
    Bedford, TX 76022

    817-848-5600

  • Texas Health Plano
    6300 W. Parker Road
    Suite G-21
    Plano, TX 75093

    972-981-8185

  • Texas Health Southwest Fort Worth
    6301 Harris Parkway
    Suite 100
    Fort Worth, TX 76132

    817-433-8270

  • Texas Health Stephenville
    140 River North Blvd.
    Stephenville, TX 76401

    254-552-3110

  • Texas Health Willow Park
    101 Crown Pointe Blvd.
    Willow Park, TX 76087

    817-757-1570

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