You’re on the Fast Track to Recovery at Asbury Towers
Asbury Towers has a dedicated in-house rehabilitation team consisting of licensed physical, occupational, and speech therapists that are fully committed to restoring and improving your quality of life. We have therapy programs for Short-Term Rehabilitation after a surgery or hospital stay.
Our specialized Fast Track recovery program is designed to accelerate healing for patients recovering from a joint replacement, fracture, or injury. Using the most successful therapy treatments with proven results, our programs are reducing healing time when possible. We are Putnam County’s experts in rehabilitation for adults 65+.What to Expect on the Fast Track Program
- Our rehab team will perform an assessment within 24 hours of your admission.
- Fully furnished, private & semi-private rehabilitation suites.
- Therapy will work closely with your doctor to establish a personalized treatment plan unique to your diagnosis and recovery goals.
- Therapy is available 7 days a week for treatment.
- Fast Track Meetings for our interdisciplinary team to discuss your treatment plan, recovery goals and progress, as well as start planning for your return home.
- Home Transition Program to ensure you are safe and confident to return home.
- Outpatient Therapy available if additional rehabilitation is needed and prescribed.
Complete Rehabilitation Services
We provide unparalleled rehabilitation services to help patients fully recover, our services include:
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech Therapy
- Short-Term Rehabilitation
- Inpatient Rehabilitation
- Rehabilitative Nursing
- Adaptive Equipment Evaluation
- Home Safety Assessments
- Family & Patient Education
- Prevention & Wellness Education
- Balance Training & Fall Prevention
- Joint Replacement
- Orthopedic Conditions
- Cardiac Conditions/Procedures
- Cardiopulmonary Conditions
- Edema Management
- Pain Management
- Neurological Conditions
- Stroke Recovery
Science-Driven, Evidence-Based Intervention
Our highly skilled therapists receive ongoing training and use the most researched and successful therapeutic interventions to treat your specific condition. We use a combination of manual therapies and equipment designed for our 55+ clients. Our therapy team has developed the most effective therapy programs and tools to help you reach your therapy goals and highest level of functioning.
Types of Rehabilitation Therapy
Many people are familiar with physical therapists’ work helping patients with orthopedic problems, such as low back pain or knee and hip surgeries, to reduce pain and regain function. Others may be aware of the treatment that physical therapists provide to assist patients recovering from a stroke in learning to use their limbs and walk again.
Physical therapists are primarily concerned with the remediation of impairments, disabilities and the promotion of mobility, functional ability, quality of life and movement potential through examination, evaluation, diagnosis and physical intervention.
Occupational therapy is the holistic intervention in many areas of occupation such as: activities of daily living (ADLs) including: bathing; dressing; grooming; instrumental activities of living, such as: home and financial management, rest and sleep, education, work, play, leisure and social participation.
With a thorough evaluation, occupational therapists develop collaborative goals to identify strengths and deficits and address barriers that hinder performance in multiple areas. Occupational therapy interventions include helping people learn how to compensate and/or regain skills in order to lead a full and productive life.
Speech language pathology (Speech Therapy) is the study, diagnosis, and treatment of defects and disorders of the voice and of spoken and written communication.
Speech therapy also evaluates and treats neurological and physical disorders and conditions caused by an injury or illness, such as Dysphagia (problems swallowing), Apraxia (disorder of motor planning) and Dysarthria (motor speech disorder). Treatment goals include reducing the disability, educating and counseling on how to cope with the stress associated with speech and communication disorders.