Stroke rehabilitation, sometimes known as "rehab," aims to help you restore as much independence and quality of life as possible after a stroke. After a stroke, rehabilitation can improve you physically, emotionally, socially, and spiritually. It aids in the restoration of your health, function, and well-being. Because of advancements in stroke treatment and rehabilitation, the outlook for those who have had a stroke is brighter than ever. Stroke rehabilitation is most effective when the patient, family, and rehab personnel work as a team. Family members must learn about the physical and mental changes brought on by a stroke, as well as how to assist the patient in regaining function. Stroke therapy can take place in a variety of situations. Doctors, therapists, and case managers will assess which environment would give the best therapy based on the severity of the stroke and the likelihood of recovery. "No pain, no gain" and "use it or lose it" are not applicable to stroke victims. More exercise isn't always a good thing. Patients can recover at their own pace with the help of a safe and effective rehabilitation program. During their recuperation, patients frequently move between several levels of care.