reeducation

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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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Additionally, the employer must maintain a less thorough update session to reeducate individuals who have previously attended the more indepth new hire session.
We developed a strategy to inform non-customers and reeducate existing customers in an integrated effort," claims Stanley.
People will only make the hard effort to reeducate themselves on some courses which not only have quality but also offer real qualifications that can change their lives for the better.
Recommendations were made to reeducate the staff on fall prevention and that all clinical staff would be required to attend this class by the end of the following month.
They come to our offices with all kinds of questions and concerns, and we have to reeducate them to reassure falsely created anxieties.
The scouts, rather than try to reeducate the parents, recognize that's how they feel.
Reeducate your prospects and circle of influencers on what you do.