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Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation

 
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Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation Dallas Specialty Programs 

Annually, Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation (BIR) Specialty Programs at the Baylor Tom Landry Center treats more than 4,000 patients. Our staff specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation, but also is capable of treating traumatic brain injury, spinal cord disorders, amputations and a wide variety of bone and joint conditions.

We can also provide urodynamic and nerve conduction studies. In addition, we offer an advanced sports medicine and rehabilitation program for athletes at every level.

Our expanded and renovated facility offers additional programs, as well, including: day neuro, neuropsychology and adaptive driving.

One of our main areas of focus is helping transition inpatients at BIR’s inpatient facility to an outpatient setting. Our facility features six exam rooms, seven physicians on our medical staff, as well as technologically advanced equipment for diagnosis and treatment, including:

  • Two electromyography machines
  • Ultrasound for specific injections
  • Urodynamic study machine
  • Equipment for Botox therapy
  • Baclofen pump programmer
  • Doppler machine

Hours

Monday - Thursday: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Friday: 7:30 a.m. to noon

Parking

Free parking is offered in Lot 40 or 41 (adjacent north of the building) and across the street (Washington Ave.) from the building in lot 42. Underground parking is available in Lot 39 (three hour time limit). Valet also is available 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday. Please note, we do not validate parking.

Clinical Staff

In addition to seven physicians on our medical staff, we have skilled clinicians who specialize in rehabilitation.

Office Manager: Alejandra “Alex” Waddle, BSN, RN
Alex joined the BIR Physician Services Clinic in the fall of 2012 after moving to the DFW area from San Antonio. She began her career in health care more than 17 years ago as a general office clerk before pursuing a career in nursing. Her nursing background is in family medicine and oncology, and she is working toward a degree in healthcare management.

Rehabilitation Nurse: Maria Jejurikar, BS, RN
Maria joined BIR in 2009. She has been with BIR Dallas Specialty Programs since November 2012, when the Day Neuro Program moved to become a part of the Specialty Services Clinic. She holds a bachelor's degree in biomedical sciences, and her more than 15 years of experience includes acute care and inpatient rehabilitation.

Rehabilitation Nurse: Kelley Frank, RN, CRRN
Kelley joined the clinic in August 2013, but has been with BIR since 1985. She began working as a staff nurse and was later the supervisor of the traumatic brain injury team. Kelley also has served as a care coordinator and case manager at BIR. She became a Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse in 1994 and is trained in urodynamic studies and is able to perform inpatient/outpatient patient studies by referral.

Medical Assistant/Office Coordinator: Detra Fletcher, MA
Detra joined Baylor in 1996 and has been with the BIR Outpatient Physician Services clinic for more than 12 years. She serves as a medical assistant and as office coordinator. Prior to entering the medical field, she served in the U.S. Army as an avionics mechanic and sergeant.