Functional Rehabilitation

What is Functional Rehabilitation?

Rehabilitation aims to enhance and restore functional ability and quality of life to those with physical impairments or disabilities. Activity has been shown to be effective for preventing or treating many of the most common chronic ailments in our society today. In particular, active care or patient reactivation plays a decisive role in the modern management of disorders of the cardiovascular and locomotor systems. From simple, uncomplicated reactivation advise to comprehensive, multidisciplinary rehabilitation, the goal is to restore function.

Leave a Reply