Scientific Sessions


Rehabilitation is a comprehensive process that aims to assist individuals in attaining their highest level of functioning, independence, and overall well-being. It does not reverse the effects of illness or injury, but rather focuses on restoring health, functionality, and quality of life. By tailoring treatment plans to meet the unique needs of each person, rehabilitation enables individuals of all ages to become as self-sufficient as possible in their daily activities. This empowers them to actively engage in education, employment, leisure activities, and fulfilling responsibilities, such as caring for their loved ones. With an estimated 2.4 billion people worldwide who could benefit from rehabilitation, the demand for these services is expected to rise due to changes in population health and characteristics. As people live longer but experience more chronic diseases and disabilities, rehabilitation plays a crucial role in providing person-centered care that aligns with individual goals and preferences. Whether it takes place in hospitals, clinics, or community settings, rehabilitation strives to optimize outcomes and enhance the lives of those in need.

  • Rehabilitation Advancements
  • Rehabilitation Counselling
  • Rehabilitation Nursing
  • Impairments Associated with Disabilities
  • Rehabilitation Services
  • Rehabilitation Therapy