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Synonyms for rehabilitative

designed to accomplish rehabilitation

helping to restore to good condition

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Open procedure for the award of service provision of full risk management of assets for the prosthetic and rehabilitative care and hospital stay.
Julie Silver of Northboro is on a national crusade to make rehabilitative services available to all cancer patients, just as they would be to a stroke victim or accident victim.
However, RCM 1001(b)(5)(D) provides that opinions offered under the rule are "limited to whether the accused has rehabilitative potential and the magnitude or quality of any such potential.
medical director, New England Rehabilitation Hospital, a world class rehabilitative hospital located in Woburn, Massachusetts.
s operating subsidiaries provide nursing and assisted living services, physical, occupational and speech therapies, and other rehabilitative and healthcare services for both long-term residents and short-stay rehabilitation patients, at 69 facilities located in California, Arizona, Texas, Washington, Utah, Idaho and Colorado.
Ten years ago, appellate court trends in both permanent alimony awards and rehabilitative alimony awards were examined.
Under the code, both parties in the claims process are encouraged to communicate early regardless of the severity of the injury and consider whether rehabilitative treatment may be appropriate.
The National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic is the largest rehabilitative sporting event of its kind.
Editorial includes information on such topics as rehabilitative engineering, post-discharge use of recommended assistive technology, assistive technology training, the psychological impact of assistive devices, barriers and strategies for optimizing technology use in the workplace, and ethics.
These include a reimbursement for employees who move to a new residence for rehabilitative purposes and increased reimbursements for family-care expenses.
They "present a uniquely serious challenge for the rehabilitative process within their societies," yet are regarded as "dangerous and feral" because of their experiences.
A departure from the faux "village storefronts" seen in many nursing homes, this "Main Street" design is hands-on and plays an essential rehabilitation role for more than 90% of Aultman's residents receiving rehabilitative care.
Noel Bairey Merz, director of the Preventive and Rehabilitative Cardiac Center.
In her report's executive summary, Finlay writes that "This has created a culture of care that is chaotic, unsafe and lacking in the necessary rehabilitative orientation," she writes.