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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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S'inscrivant dans le cadre du programme INDH de lutte contre la precarite et la marginalisation, ce nouveau centre de reeducation et d'appareillage a pour ambition de venir en aide aux categories cibles, de les accompagner pour surmonter leur situation de handicap et de leur assurer l'assistance medicale necessaire en vue de faciliter leur insertion sociale.
Maruo, who concurrently serves as JR West's railway operation department, renewed an apology over the accident but said that the draft report was wrong in partially attributing the cause of the accident to the reeducation program for drivers and conductors who commit mistakes on the job.
While veterans and public officials agreed that disabled soldiers could become economically self-sufficient after completing courses in vocational reeducation, federal policy was vague about whether veterans would be allowed to select their path of vocational rehabilitation.
Twenty-one lawmakers formed a group Monday to seek the release of the Chinese wife of a Japanese businessman who was sentenced by China to labor reeducation due to activities related to Falun Gong, a sect outlawed in China, the lawmakers said.
Former Foreign Minister Roberto Robaina--a young, popular reformer who was dumped after he fought with Fidel Castro over foreign policy issues, has been undergoing political reeducation for some time and stands a good chance of being brought back into the government at the next Communist Party Congress late this year.
Rehabilitation or reeducation of the muscles surrounding the injured area should begin within 24 hours of the injury.
Sabin's reeducation of the senses continues in his sequel to The Sea of Sun, The Open Sea, only this time the experience takes place three meters above ground.
Notice of the Ministry of Public Security concerning a Few Issues in respect of Reeducation through Labour in fully Implementing the `Decision' of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, (9 December 1981); see Collected Normative Legal Interpretations of the People's Republic of China (1990), Jilin: Jilin People's Press 1581-2.
The victory of the NKVD can be attributed to Stalin's political calculations, the needs of forced industrialization, and the NKVD's stress on cost reduction over reeducation of prisoners.
The ensuing imprisonment, torture, and reeducation of Smith are intended not merely to break him physically or make him submit but to root out his independent mental existence and his spiritual dignity.
The reeducation camps, the boat people, the extermination policies of the Khmer Rouge--all of this should trouble those who profess a concern for peace and human rights.
Introduction to rehabilitation services; Therapy referrals; Utilization management; Medical Necessity Criteria; Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation - Medicare LMRP; Physical Therapy/Occupational Therapy provided by physicians and physician employees Policy; Maintenance Therapy/ Medicare treatment parameters for medically necessary items/services; Therapeutic activities, direct (one on one) patient contact by the provider; Neuromuscular reeducation of movement, balance, coordination, kinesthetic sense, posture, and proprioception, Therapeutic Procedure; Therapeutic exercises to develop strength and endurance, range of motion and flexibility; Physical Therapy - Defined; Automobile Driving Therapy; Level of care for therapy;