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reeducation

(rēej″ŭ-kā′shŏn) [ re- + education]
1. Training to restore competence to a person with functional limitations.
2. A physical technique to facilitate restoration of motor control.

sensory reeducation

A rehabilitation regimen used after sensation is impaired by peripheral nerve injuries or surgery to the hand. Common applications include manual techniques, vibration, and electrical stimulation. The purpose is to relearn the interpretation of sensory information related to pain, temperature, and object identification.
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9th Annual Play Reading of Fabulation, or The Re-Education of Undine to benefit Opening Act will take place on Tuesday, April 21, 2015, at 6:30 P.
That issue was whether the Estate could introduce evidence of the re-education of the nurse who was responsible for the decedent's care.
The event is attended by specialists in internal medicine, geriatrics, neurology, radiology and re-education from Tunisia, Morocco, France and Spain.
The new concepts, however, are dramatically opposed to much of the traditional thinking and require a radical re-education before success can be achieved.
This was the theme of Schrenck-Notzing's most famous book, Charakterwashe: Die Politik der amerikanischen Umerziehung in Deutschland, a study of the intent and effects of American re-education policies during the occupation of Germany.
She earned her Master of Physical Therapy degree from Eastern Washington University and has been practicing in outpatient physical therapy settings that integrate manual therapy and Pilates-based movement re-education for nine years.
From 1952 to 1960 a state of emergency was established, which was maintained with the full panoply of repression: Detention, compulsory registration, livestock seizure, re-education measures, and the capture and execution of the Mau Mau leader Dedan Kimathi.
Two Chinese grandmothers sentenced to re-education through labour for applying to protest during the Olympics will escape punishment as the order has been rescinded, a rights group said.
Two women in their 70s who applied to hold protests during the Beijing Olympics have each been ordered to serve one-year terms of re-education through labor for ''disturbing public order,'' a human rights group said Wednesday, quoting one of the women's families.
Participants wrote letters on behalf of Iraqi woman Samar Saad Abdulla, who was sentenced to death in August 2005 for killing her uncle, his wife, and one of their children; Bu Dongwei, in China, who is serving two-and-a-half-years of a penalty called Re-education Through Labour at the Tuanhe facility in Beijing; and Artur Akhmatkhanov, who disappeared after he was picked up near his home on April 2, 2003, in Russia.
Whether intentionally or unintentionally, some kind of cultural genocide is taking place," the Dalai Lama said, referring to China's policy of encouraging members of the ethnic Han majority to migrate to the region, as well as restrictions on Buddhist temples and re-education programs for monks.
Sentenced without trial to indefinite term re-education through forced labor, she suffered beatings, electric prods, starvation, and sleep deprivation.