"A combination of interventions aiming to optimise functioning and reduce handicap in individuals with health issues in contact with their environment," according to the definition of rehabilitation. Simply said, rehabilitation enables a child, adult, or elderly person to be as self-sufficient as possible in daily tasks, allowing them to participate in education, job, recreation, and meaningful life roles such as caring for family members. It accomplishes this by addressing underlying disorders (such as pain) and enhancing how a person performs in daily life, assisting them in overcoming issues with thinking, seeing, hearing, communicating, eating, and moving around. After an injury, surgery, disease, or illness, or because their function has deteriorated with age, everyone may require rehabilitation at some point in their lives. After an injury or ailment, rehabilitation technologies are frequently utilised to improve function. Many physical therapy rehabilitation institutes have risen to the top of their fields by utilising cutting-edge equipment and methods for spinal cord injury recovery.