Mobility rehabilitation is a type of physical therapy that is performed with patients who have mobility problems with the purpose of enhancing movement or assisting patients in adapting to acquired disabilities that limit mobility. Depending on the needs of the individual patient, it can be delivered in hospital settings, rehabilitation clinics, or at home. It is usually provided by rehabilitation specialists who have received training in mobility and mobility demands. Mobility rehabilitation is utilised to offer as much mobility as feasible to individuals who are unable to regain prior levels of mobility or who have congenital mobility issues. This can include strengthening and controlling workouts as well as contracture prevention. Patients can also be taught how to use mobility devices like walkers and wheelchairs safely and correctly so they can get around more readily in the community. Training aides who support the patient at home or in other locations might be part of this procedure.