Rehab – meaning of the word and examples

The process of helping someone to stop taking drugs or alcohol. (Cambridge Dictionary)

Rehab is the process of helping someone to lead a normal life again after they have been ill, or when they have had a drug or alcohol problem. Rehab is short for rehabilitation. (Collins Dictionary)

A course of treatment for drug or alcohol dependence, typically at a residential facility. (Oxford Dictionaries)

A building that has been rehabilitated or restored. (Oxford Dictionaries)

The action or process of rehabilitating. (Merriam – Webster)

Examples

Going to Rehab and Discovering the Meaning of Life.

https://www.monarchshores.com/food-for-thought/going-rehab-discovering-meaning-life

Musculoskeletal (Orthopedic) Rehabilitation. 

http://spauldingrehab.org/conditions-and-treatments/musculoskeletal-rehabilitation

Living a Life of Purpose: Find Support in Meaning – RehabSpot.

https://www.rehabspot.com/treatment/spiritual/living-life-purpose/

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