Rheumatology is a medical specialty that focuses on the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of musculoskeletal illnesses and other connective diseases, such as arthritis and connective tissue lesions. In rheumatology, rehabilitation focuses on preventing musculoskeletal functional problems, maintaining working ability, and avoiding care reliance. Rehabilitative methods must be integrated into rheumatic care because drug treatment alone rarely leads in long-term remission. Physiotherapy, patient education, and occupational therapy are all examples of rehabilitative therapy in rheumatology. Positive impacts of physical treatment procedures have been established by many studies. Patient education and occupational therapy are critical tools for managing the disease's progression. Patients must be involved in the selection of treatment methods and take an active role in the long-term therapy process in order to maintain positive rehabilitative outcomes.