Scientific Sessions

Restorative Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation is a widely discussed topic worldwide, and it's not surprising considering that there are over a billion people living with disabilities, which accounts for nearly 15% of the global population. Additionally, an estimated 2.41 billion people globally have diseases that impact their daily functions and could benefit from rehabilitation services. This means that one in every three individuals may require rehabilitation services at some point during their illness or injury.

Restorative rehabilitation focuses on interventions that improve impairments such as physical strength, respiratory function, and cognitive abilities, aiming to achieve maximum function recovery. It is a popular form of rehabilitation to maximize function after surgery, illness, or acute events like serious trauma or stroke. Restorative nursing can also serve as a bridge between rehabilitation programs and home for patients who have completed acute or short-term rehabilitation.

  • Restorative Care
  • Restorative Therapy
  • Restorative and Rehabilitative Care
  • Restorative Nursing