A DIFFERENT APPROACH TO REHABILITATION
Post-Hospital Rehabilitation Services
At Symphony Dyer, we have improved and enhanced transitional and rehabilitative services wholly for the benefit of our guests. Each guest is assigned a “Transitions Coach.” The Transitions Coach manages the medical and logistical needs required to ensure a smooth transition from hospital to home while promoting function, safety, and independence in as short a stay as possible.
Our Goal is Your Independence
It is our goal for our guests to succeed through treatment and return home to an independent and fulfilling life. Our modern, guest-centered facility—staffed by top physicians, nurses, and therapists –offers guests the quickest recoveries and optimal results. The focus of this program is on achieving the highest level of functional and medical recovery through individually designed rehabilitation care plans.
OUR EXPERT PHYSICIANS, THERAPISTS, AND NURSES SPECIALIZE IN:
- Orthopedic surgery and joint replacement
- Amputations and prosthetic rehabilitation
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Pain management
- Post-surgical recovery
- Heart conditions and cardiac procedures
- Pulmonary disease, including pneumonia
- Neurological conditions
- Stroke and brain injury rehabilitation
- Diabetes education and management
- Intravenous and nutritional therapy
- Chronic renal disease
- Wound care
- Discharge planning, including Home Health, Hospice, and durable medical equipment
Post-hospital rehabilitation guests are monitored by a physiatrist through a continuum of care. Guests pursue an individualized care plan, designed by a Physician, Rehabilitation Team, and Discharge Coordinator.
As guests progress in the therapy program, their care plan is modified and new goals are added moving them toward a higher level of function and ultimately independence. Prior to discharge, our staff works with each guest to ensure that their activities of daily living can be met and assess the home environment, if needed.
Post-Hospital Rehabilitation Care Team
- Board-certified physicians in Rehabilitation Medicine, including Physiatry and Geriatrics
- Fully licensed Physical Therapists and Physical Therapy Assistants
- Registered Occupational Therapists and Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants
- Certified Speech Pathologists
- Social Workers, including Discharge Coordinators
- Nurses and Certified Nurse Assistants
- Case Managers
Post-Hospital Rehabilitation Services
- On-site hospital and home evaluations prior to admission and discharge
- A comprehensive pain management program
- Functional progress monitoring and reporting
- Outpatient transitions therapy services for eligible guests and community members
- Fully appointed kitchen
Stroke Rehabilitation + On-site Board-Certified Physiatrist
Symphony Dyer is pleased to offer an experienced on-site medical team.
Dr. Azlan Tariq, a Physiatrist Board-Certified in Rehabilitation Medicine, helps our guests rehabilitate and transition harmoniously back into the community. Dr. Tariq and his team also support our assisted-living guests with proactive remote physician monitoring, RPM. RPM can capture changes in conditions, providing the assurance that our guests can maintain an active quality of life and peace of mind.
Dr. Tariq specializes in non-surgical orthopedics, stroke rehabilitation, traumatic brain injury rehabilitation, spine pain, balance/gait conditions, musculoskeletal medicine, electro diagnostic medicine, and much more.
Guests who participate in our individualized therapy programs will find their strength and stamina return through our rigorous, yet productive therapies. The advanced training of Symphony Dyer’s licensed therapists is complemented by some of the best tools in the industry, including cutting-edge equipment and the latest Nautilus-style exercise machines. Guests can expect goal-driven care, and the entire care team works toward our primary goal—giving guests their life back.
to improve strength, endurance, balance mobility and ambulation.
to restore activities of daily living, including feeding, dressing, and bathing.
to re-establish swallowing, speaking, and other communication/cognitive skills.
to control respiratory symptoms, improve quality of life and return to optimal level of functioning
Our cardiac care program promotes optimum recovery and health for those recovering from heart disease and/or cardiac-related surgery. The goal of the program is to limit the physical effects of cardiac illness and improve cardiovascular fitness and overall health. Each of our guests receives a program designed specifically for them, supervised and implemented by a team of cardiac specialists, including physicians, nurses, physical and occupational therapists, and consulting nutritional and psychological professionals.
Symphony Dyer has developed a pulmonary program designed to meet the needs of patients with chronic and acute respiratory illnesses. Our post-hospital Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program is tailored to meet each individual’s needs and manages such illnesses as:
- COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease)
- Chronic Bronchitis
- Lung Disease
- Pulmonary Hypertension
The Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program is designed to control symptoms, improve quality of life and return patients to their optimal level of functioning. The highly skilled inter-disciplinary team will work together to create a personalized plan that addresses patients’ needs and monitors their day-to-day progress. The program maximizes patients’ independent functioning and prepares them for a safe return home.
Symphony Dyer offers a comprehensive orthopedic rehabilitation program that provides our guests all the therapeutic, clinical and technical resources needed to address a wide range of orthopedic conditions, including:
- Joint replacement
- Cervical and lumbar injuries
- Arthritis and osteoporosis
Using a team approach to care, we utilize individual therapies, pain management, strength, balance and mobility training, biomechanical re-education, joint protection and other techniques to restore our guests to their optimum level of functional independence.