According to Rehabilitation Medicine Summit: Building Research Capacity – “ Rehabilitation describes specialized healthcare dedicated to improving, maintaining or restoring physical strength, cognition and mobility with maximized results. Typically, rehabilitation helps people gain greater independence after illness, injury or surgery”.

It can be further concluded that, for the best treatment, rehabilitation offers many specialties in order to deliver the best treatment plan, such as: Physical therapy for increased strength and mobility, Occupational therapy for improved everyday living skills, as well as Speech and language therapy for improved communication.

Moreover, the treatment plays a critical role in healing, repair and recovery in a wide range of illnesses, injuries and conditions – in which: improves speech, everyday skills and mobility in stroke, head injury and other neurological disorders, maximizes function and independence after spinal cord injury, strengthens bones and promotes muscular healing after total joint replacement surgery and other orthopaedic surgery, and many more.

Consequently, rehabilitation therapy collaborates with a team of expert doctors, nurses, therapists and other healthcare professionals with advance technology; where each treatment is custom-designed for the patient’s diverse individual needs.