Following a hospital, nursing home, or inpatient psychiatric stay, getting the care you need after you return home is essential. At Generations Family Practice, the team of family medicine providers offers transitional care management to ensure you receive the follow-up care needed to maintain exceptional physical and mental health. To learn more, call the practice in Cary, North Carolina, or click the online booking feature today.
Transitional care management at Generations Family Practice helps you get the medical attention and treatment you need after leaving a hospital, psychiatric inpatient center, another inpatient center, or a nursing home.
Transitional care ensures you have the tools to stay healthy while transitioning into a different environment or lifestyle. For example, it may combine physical rehabilitation, occupational therapy, and speech therapy to help you regain your independence after a hospital stay.
At Generations Family Practice, the team offers various transitional care management services, including:
Physical rehabilitation combines stretches, strengthening exercises, and manual techniques, like acupuncture or massage, to enhance your mobility and encourage your body’s healing process. This type of transition care is particularly beneficial for people recovering from orthopedic surgery, like a joint replacement.
The Generations Family Practice team offers holistic pain-relieving solutions to help you feel comfortable after undergoing surgery or being diagnosed with a chronic (ongoing) condition. They provide osteopathic manipulation, injections, massage, physical therapy, and more.
If you have a chronic disease or another ongoing medical problem, Generations Family Practice providers help you manage the condition to reduce unpleasant symptoms and the risk of complications.
If you struggle to quit smoking, Generations Family Practice offers highly effective smoking cessation programs and treatments to help you quit for good and reduce the risk of future health problems.
Occupational therapy helps you regain your independence. Specifically, it focuses on activities of daily living, like getting dressed, feeding yourself, and using the toilet. To assist you in these efforts, the team at Generations Family Practice might recommend using a mobility device, like a cane, walker, or wheelchair.
If you experience a stroke or a traumatic brain injury, you might need speech therapy to regain your conversational skills. Speech therapy can help you regain skills you’ve lost and teach you new ways to communicate.
The length of time transitional care management lasts depends on various factors, including your age, the duration of your inpatient or nursing home stay, and your general health. Your Generations Family Practice provider can develop a transitional care plan following a consultation.
It often lasts 30 days, but the practice also offers comprehensive primary care services you can take advantage of for a lifetime.
Experienced medical providers determine if you’re a candidate for transitional care management. That said, if you’re preparing to undergo surgery, or you have a chronic illness that causes you to visit a hospital or another inpatient facility, you probably qualify.
Following a review of your medical records and discussing your needs, the Generations Family Practice team develops a custom care plan.
To learn more about the benefits of transitional care management, make an appointment at Generations Family Practice by calling the office or clicking the online booking feature today.