Rehabilitation is a topic that is highly debated around the world. This is not surprising given that over a billion people live with a disability, accounting for nearly 15% of the global population. Furthermore, according to a recent estimate, 2.41 billion people throughout the world live with diseases which affect their daily functions and could benefit from rehabilitation services, equating to one in every three people requiring rehabilitation services at some point during their sickness or injury. Restorative rehabilitation focuses on interventions that enhance impairments like physical strength or respiratory function, as well as cognitive impairment, in order to achieve maximum function recovery. In order to maximise function following surgery, illness, or acute events such as a serious trauma or a stroke, this is a popular kind of rehabilitation. Restorative nursing can bridge the gap between rehab and home for patients who are no longer in an acute or short-term rehabilitation program.