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I’m a rehab doctor, and so my focus is on function and quality of life after a patient has had an injury or an illness, possibly a surgery or working on a chronic problem.
In rehab the families are key because they — certain patients, if they can’t take care of themselves at home, they’re going to need that family to rely on. We also work as a team with different specialties like physical, occupational, and speech therapy. And so it’s a combined effort to work towards the recovery of that patient.
When you see a patient that is overcoming all of these obstacles and makes a small gain, and they’re so happy, and they’ve done a lot of the work, that’s really a beautiful thing.