Features October 2015 Issue

Patient Learns Life-Saving Benefits Of Rehab, Preventive Cardiology

After a heart attack and a stent procedure, Peter Tuttle adopted a healthy diet and a regular exercise routine, while saying goodbye to diabetes and worsening heart health.

When Peter Tuttle started having chest pain while shoveling snow in March 2014, it wasn’t his first brush with cardiac trouble. But it would be the start of a life-altering chapter for the 54-year-old Ohio school teacher.

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