TriStar Skyline offers an experienced, multidisciplinary care team for all of your rehabilitation needs. Our team works together to help you regain independence or bounce back after surgery.
We offer the only inpatient rehab facility in Middle Tennessee accredited by the Commission on the Accreditation of Rehab Facilities (CARF).
TriStar Skyline is proud to be a Stroke Specialty CARF accredited facility. Our physicians have stroke rehab training and you will have access to the team who cared for you after your stoke.
Our rehab program includes physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, recreational therapy and specialized treatments, such as swallowing therapy. Our certified rehabilitation nurses and therapists have advanced training to help you or a loved one recover from a stroke.
TriStar Skyline offers a monthly stroke support group. Call TriStar MedLine® at (615) 342-1919 for more information, including dates and times.
In addition to providing rehabilitation care for inpatients and stroke patients, we also provide rehabilitation services on an outpatient basis. Services and technologies provided in our outpatient rehab program include:
- Physical therapy
- Occupational therapy
- Speech therapy
- Occupational health
- Vestibular rehab
- Functional capacity evaluation (FCE)
- Certified lymphedema therapy
- Bioness technology for foot drop
- Biodex technology for ambulation
- Hand therapy clinic
- Certified ergonomic specialist
- Wheelchair evaluations
- Certified voice therapist
- Oncology rehab
For referrals to our outpatient rehabilitation program, please call (615) 769-7870 or fax us at (615) 769-7873 .
Rehab center features
- 24-hour medical and emergency care in a hospital setting
- A team of board-certified physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians
- 24-hour nursing care
- A dedicated team of therapists, including physical, speech and occupational
- Physiatry care provided in both inpatient and outpatient settings
- Neuropsychologist services available
- Rehabilitation for chronic and acute conditions
- Latest technologies to improve independence
- Rehabilitation services are covered fully or in part by most private insurance plans and Medicare
What to bring for your inpatient rehab stay
- Loose, comfortable street clothing, enough for several days
- Socks and sturdy, comfortable shoes with non-skid soles (sneakers or tennis shoes)
- Underwear and sleepwear
- Any personal items
- Personal toiletries
- Dentures and supplies
- Eyeglasses and/or contact lenses and supplies
- Hearing aids and batteries
- Please do not bring medical equipment from home, it will be provided for you upon admittance
- Medical insurance cards
- A copy of your advance directives, if you have one
Inpatient rehab, what to expect
On the day of your admittance, you are usually involved in initial assessments by the members of the treatment team. On a regular basis, the treatment team will discuss the progress you are making and modify goals when needed. Your input is vital in the rehabilitation process. Participation in your rehabilitation program and therapy is necessary for your continued stay.