Definition of rehabilitative care

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rehabilitative care

'rehabilitative care' is an military term meaning '(DOD) Therapy that provides evaluations and treatment programs using exercises, massage, or electrical therapeutic treatment to restore, reinforce, or enhance motor performance and restores patients to functional health allowing for their return to duty or discharge from the Service. Also called restorative care. See also patient; patient movement policy; theater'.

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