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Occupational rehabilitation is the science and practices of returning injured workers to a level of work activity that is appropriate to their functional and cognitive capacity, both of which are influenced by the severity of a worker's injuries. Preventing injury and illness through providing a safe and healthy work environment. Ensuring that the occupational rehabilitation to the work process is commenced as soon as possible after an injury in a manner consistent with medical judgement. Providing suitable employment for an injured employee as an integral part of the occupational rehabilitation to work process.
Occupational Rehabilitation involves specialized healthcare dedicated to improving, maintainning and restoring the physical strength, cognition and mobility with maximum results.It helps an individual to recover from addictions, injuries and disorders.
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