Rehabilitation facilitates the process of recovery
Rehabilitation is recovery of the human's abilities or therapy to facilitate the process of recovery from contusion, disease or illness to the normal condition, where possible. The purpose of the rehabilitation is to recover any or all physical, sensor and mental abilities of the patient, which have been lost as a result of trauma, disease or illness.
Rehabilitation includes supporting the patient to compensate the deficiencies, which may not be removed by medicinal methods. It is prescribed following many types of injuries, diseases or illnesses, including amputations, arthritis, cancer, cardiac diseases, neurological problems, orthopaedic traumas, injuries to the spinal column, stroke and brain trauma. Each recovery programme is consistent with the needs of the individual patient and may include one or more kinds of therapy.