Patients with acute and chronic illnesses, injuries, and disabilities are treated by rehabilitation nurses. The primary goal of a rehabilitation nurse is to assist patients in gaining independence and/or assisting families in caring for their loved ones. A rehab nurse is someone who helps people who have chronic illnesses or impairments. Individuals who have experienced a trauma or an acute disease can benefit from the services of rehabilitation nurses. Rehabilitation nursing's purpose is to help people with disabilities and/or chronic diseases achieve and maintain optimum function. The rehabilitation nurse helps clients adjust to a new way of life while also offering a therapeutic atmosphere for the growth of the client and their family. The rehabilitation nurse develops and conducts treatment plans that enhance physical, psychological, and spiritual health and are founded on scientific nursing theory. The rehabilitation staff nurse works in a variety of acute and subacute rehabilitation centres, both inpatient and outpatient settings.
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Jay Spector, American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine (AAPSM), United States
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Zachary Eisner, University of Michigan, United States
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Matis Georgios, University Cologne Hospital, Germany
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