Examples of rehab in a Sentence
The rehab for his leg injury is going well.
the accident victim had to undergo months of rehab before she could walk again
Recent Examples of rehab from the Web
Meanwhile, Russell started his minor league rehab assignment with the Iowa Cubs in Memphis on Monday night.
Barnes did not pitch rehab games in any other venue before being sent to Hartford.
CHICAGO (AP) — Three times a week, Rita Driscoll steps onto a treadmill at a Minnesota hospital under the eye of a rehab therapist.
Wheeler’s update was included alongside brief ones about Harvey, who will make a rehabilitation start on Saturday in Class A, and Syndergaard, who headed to Florida to continue his rehab from a muscle injury that has cost him most of the season.
This gives physical therapists a tool to potentially make the rehab process more efficient.
Now, the debate over whether to try rehab or have definitive surgery.
The programs can reduce the risks of heart attack more than standard rehab.
Trainer's Room Mets 2B Neil Walker is expected to begin a rehab assignment on Friday with Triple-A Las Vegas.
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Origin and Etymology of rehab
First Known Use: 1941See Words from the same year
Synonymscomeback, healing, mending, rally, recovery, recuperation, convalescence, rehabilitation, snapback
Related Wordsresuscitation, revival; survival
Near Antonymsdecline, degeneration, deterioration, fading, failing, languishing, sinking, wasting (away), weakening, wilting, withering, worsening; regression, relapse
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