A full recovery from injury or illness depends on many factors. Mobilisation and reeducation of the injured part are very important factors in a return to full activity. The earlier the rehabilitation starts the better the foundation for the later strength and stamina developments. Mobilisation helps to prevent muscle atrophy, helps to reduce swelling and pain. Reeducation helps the muscles, ligaments and joints to perform correctly, thus putting less stress on to injured parts. This education can go further into the latter stages of rehabilitation where the emphasis is on strength and stamina. Functional exercises with feedback are important to reinforce the reeducation of the injured part. This can speed up the recovery and also help prevent further injury or reinjury in the future.