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rehab

Short for rehabilitate.

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Rehab protocol now includes a routine of exercises, hobbies and interesting outdoor activities.
Most nurses enter the field because they want to give comfort and healing support to others There is no better place to make a difference in people's lives than in a Rehab unit where life changing conditions are dealt with daily Many times adjustments must be made in the patient's former life-style, whether it is short-term or life-long Education, physical and emotional support, practicing new ways of accomplishing those activities we do every day without even thinking, allow a patient and family to return to as normal a life as possible We focus on what the patient CAN do .
So therapists could work with physicians in the community to build a rehab program that is tailored to physicians' specific protocols.
Through its Brain Injury Vocational Centres, Rehab UK retrains as many as possible for a return to the community.
If you are telling yourself that rehab hurts too much, or that you will never get back to running, it can impact healing and recovery.
George Knight of Muscatine, Iowa, was referred to his state's voc rehab service when he applied for federal food stamps to help extend his Social Security Disability benefits.
Theo, who is an aspiring writer and frequent rehab attendee, tells the story in voice over.
Rehab works with people who have suffered brain or neurological injuries, have mental health problems or have been long-term unemployed, helping them rebuild their lives and careers.
That's because the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) protects alcoholics who enter rehab.
Published six times yearly, Contemporary Rehab is the key medium through which association members receive current national rehabilitation information as well as membership and individual chapter news.