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Choosing a Rehabilitation Unit/CARF

rehab facility and services. Choosing a Rehabilitation Unit/CARF Choosing a rehab facility ... Rehabilitation (rehab) services are provided in many different places, including: Acute care and ... P01151;rehabilitation facility;choosing rehabilitative care;Commission of Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities;p01151

Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL): Radiation Therapy

inpatient. Outpatient means you go in, get treated, and go home the same day. Inpatient means you ... is sometimes used along with chemotherapy (chemo) to treat ALL. Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia ... acute lymphocytic leukemia;ALL;radiation therapy for ALL;ballt8

Understanding Types of Healthcare Facilities

if you're having treatment for an injury. Inpatient rehabilitation facility (IRF) An IRF ... gives intense rehabilitation (rehab) treatment. It can be done in an inpatient primary hospital. Or it ... center;inpatient rehabilitation facility;irf;comprehensive outpatient rehabilitation facility;corf;skilled nursing facility;snf

Rehabilitation for Stroke

family education and support is available? Is there a healthcare provider on site 24 hours a day ... A helpful guide to understanding stroke rehab programs. Rehabilitation for Stroke What is ... -evolution;diagnostic procedures for stroke;stroke diagnosis;stroke rehabilitation;rehabilitation from stroke;P00805

Rehabilitation Case Manager

. Rehabilitation Case Manager What is a rehabilitation case manager? A rehabilitation (rehab) case manager ... nurses or clinical social workers. They work in many settings, such as: Hospitals Inpatient rehab ... rehabilitation;rehab;rehabilitation case manager;p01149

Rehabilitation Nurse

What Does a Rehabilitation Nurse Do? ... A rehabilitation nurse helps people with disabilities and chronic illness to reach their best ... function and health, and adapt to a changed lifestyle. Rehabilitation Nurse What is a ... rehabilitation;rehab;rehabilitation nurse;p01175


The healthcare provider who specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation is called a ... physiatrist. Physiatrist What is physiatry? Physical medicine and rehabilitation is also ... rehabilitation;rehab;physiatrist;p01170;physical therapy;physiatry

Cancer Rehabilitation

Understanding Cancer Rehabilitation ... Detailed information on cancer rehabilitation, including members of the rehab team. Cancer ... Rehabilitation What is cancer rehabilitation? Cancer rehabilitation (rehab) is a healthcare provider ... cancer rehabilitation;cancer rehabilitation team;cancer rehabilitation program;p01147;cancer survivorship

Psychologist, Neuropsychologist, and Psychiatrist: Physical Rehabilitation

and their family. Psychologist, Neuropsychologist, and Psychiatrist: Physical Rehabilitation ... disabling medical condition, physical rehab (rehabilitation) may be an important part of your ... rehabilitation, rehab, psychologist, neuropsychologist, psychiatrist;physiatry;physical rehabilitation;physical rehab;p01172

Physical Therapist

therapists (PTs) are important members of the rehab (rehabilitation) team. They evaluate and provide ... Inpatient rehab centers Outpatient rehab centers Community and home health settings Schools ... rehabilitation;rehab;physical therapist;p01171

Cardiac Rehabilitation

Cardiac rehabilitation programs can be conducted while a person is a hospital inpatient or on ... an outpatient basis. Cardiac Rehabilitation What is cardiac rehabilitation? Cardiac ... rehabilitation;cardiac inpatient rehabilitation;cardiac center rehab;cardiac exercise rehab;attack heart rehab;P00202 ... cardiac rehabilitation;cardiac rehabilitation program;cardiac exercise rehabilitation;heart

Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor

Working With a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor ... Vocational rehabilitation counselors help people with disabilities find and keep satisfying ... jobs. Read on to learn more. Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor What is a vocational rehab ... rehabilitation;rehab;vocational counselor;p01187

Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation

independence possible. Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation What is musculoskeletal rehabilitation ... ? A musculoskeletal rehabilitation (rehab) program is supervised by a team of medical professionals ... musculoskeletal rehabilitation;musculoskeletal rehabilitation team;musculoskeletal rehabilitation program;p01161;physiatry

Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Understanding Pulmonary Rehabilitation ... you need to know. Pulmonary Rehabilitation What is pulmonary rehab? Pulmonary ... rehabilitation is a medically supervised program for people with long-term (chronic) lung diseases. It may also ... pulmonary rehabilitation;pulmonary rehabilitation team;pulmonary rehabilitation program;P01173;chronic lung disease

Rehabilitation After Traumatic Brain Injury

Rehabilitation is an important part of recovery after a traumatic brain injury. It may ... . Rehabilitation After Traumatic Brain Injury What is rehabilitation after traumatic brain ... 2;Rehabilitation After Traumatic Brain Injury

Understanding Inpatient and Outpatient Surgery

Inpatient and Outpatient Surg ... patient, including outpatient surgery, inpatient surgery, ambulatory surgery, and specialty ... surgery centers Understanding Inpatient and Outpatient Surgery In the past, having surgery meant ... surgical setting;operating room;outpatient surgery;inpatient surgery;ambulatory surgery;specialty surgery centers;p01410

Cardiac Rehabilitation

an inpatient You may start light exercise within 2 days of entering the hospital once you have ... Cardiac rehabilitation is a program designed by your healthcare team. It'll help you recover ... 82065;Cardiac rehab;cardiac rehabilitation

Outpatient Rehabilitation

If you’re recovering from an illness, surgery, or injury and need outpatient rehabilitation ... hospital or clinic. Outpatient Rehabilitation When you're recovering from an illness, surgery, or ... rehabilitation;outpatient rehabilitation;occupational rehabilitation;physical therapist ... rehabilitation;PT rehab;cardiac rehabilitation;cardiac rehab;physiatry

Recreational Therapist

therapists may practice in these settings: Hospitals Inpatient rehab centers Long-term ... P01174;rehabilitation;rehab;recreational therapist;therapeutic recreation


rehabilitation Burns What are burns? Burns are painful wounds caused by thermal, cold ... only the epidermis, or outer layer of skin. The burn site is red, painful, dry, and with no blisters ... burn;burn types;burn classifications;burn treatment;burn rehabilitation;burn rehabilitation team;burn rehabilitation program;p01146

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