restorative and rehabilitative care

restorative and rehabilitative care
A period of minimal care and increasing physical activity necessary to restore patients to functional health and allow their return to duty or useful and productive life. Restorative and rehabilitative treatment may be available in theater on a limited basis due to the theater evacuation policy. This treatment is normally provided in the continental United States. See also evacuation policy; patient; theater.

Military dictionary. 2000.

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