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Can the patient be a part of setting up the rehabilitation goals?

Absolutely! The more the patient is involved in his or her own care, better the success rate. Rather than setting a date to complete therapy by, the patient is encouraged set various goals that they would like to achieve during their rehabilitation program. Each patient will be encouraged to reward themselves for achieving these goals, regardless of the time taken to reach them.
Although the therapist works with the patient during therapy sessions, it is important for the patient to take an active role in their therapy program. Daily participation in a home exercise program is a major factor in how quickly one recovers and progresses on goals


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