Cardiovascular Disease

Heart disease & hypertension can make exercise feel risky. But the risks of avoiding it are far worse.

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Nearly half of all Americans are diagnosed with heart disease
Up to 1/3 have high blood pressure, or hypertension
Exercise improves heart health & reduces risk of a cardiac event

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Nearly half of all Americans have heart disease, according to the American Heart Association, and up to a third have high blood pressure, or hypertension. Doctors recommend exercise to improve cardiovascular health and reduce dependence on medication. 

But without good guidance that takes your condition into account, it’s hard to know whether you’re getting enough exercise to make a difference, or at the other extreme, putting yourself at risk of a serious cardiac event.  

Other exercise programs don’t take the complications and risk factors of people with heart disease or hypertension into account. One-size-fits-all fitness apps may not include enough of the right kind of exercise to improve your numbers - or might put your health in danger.

Wellthon makes it possible. 
We start by assessing pain, discomfort, and range of motion across different parts of your body. Then we build a custom workout plan designed to safely build strength & flexibility, while avoiding straining vulnerable areas.

Start a 30-day trial and see what it’s like to find an exercise solution that helps you get stronger and move more easily - without risking further pain and injury in the process.