Specialized healthcare aimed at enhancing, preserving, or regaining physical strength, cognition, and mobility with the best possible outcomes is referred to as rehabilitation.
Rehabilitation typically aids in a person’s increased independence following an illness, accident, or surgery.
The goal of rehabilitation for people with disabilities is to help them achieve and maintain their highest level of physical, sensory, intellectual, psychological, and social functioning.
A circle of care is formed around the patient and their family by a group of doctors, nurses, and therapists with specialized training, as well as psychologists, dietitians, biomedical engineers, and chaplains.
Rehab facilities come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Some focus on treating patients with a particular drug addiction, the elderly, people with disabilities, or the disabled, while others provide a wider range of drug addiction services.