- Fast and complete recovery of the patient's health.
- Revival of the patient as a personality.
- Preparation and retraining of the patient at his optimum capacity of self-care, work, study.
- Assistance to each patient in achieving physical, psychological, social, economic value and independence in daily life, which the patient is capable of within his illness.
- Integration in society.
- Optimization of interpersonal relationships in the family and society.
- A patient who "went through the illness" must maintain such a high potential of his recovery and development, which will allow him to take a proper place among his fellow citizens and peers, apply his mind, realize his talent, achieve physical and moral perfection, cultural and value balance, mental harmony.
- Quality of life is the main objective of rehabilitation in diseases that do not limit life expectancy.
- Quality of life is an additional goal of rehabilitation of a patient with diseases that limit life expectancy (the main goal in such cases is to increase the patient's life expectancy).
- Quality of life is the sole purpose of rehabilitation of the patient in the incurable stage of the disease.
- A study of the quality of life of a patient may be correct and informative, if it is based on the standard international methodology.
- Monitoring of quality of life parameters is carried out only with the use of appropriate assessment tools.
- The fulfillment of the main tasks of rehabilitation for the patient is much more important, than his right to remain idle in solitude.
- Although the right to refuse treatment takes place in rehabilitation, still the priority for most patients is the ability to learn to live using rehabilitation technologies, rather than die without them.
- Is the patient not well-motivated? Depression is the the main reason!
- Every positive and negative stimulus has its critical time.
- Rehabilitation does not take place in a vacuum and is therefore determined by the main moral criteria: responsibility to people, respect for human dignity, increased professional self-awareness, refusal of violence and deceit, support of rational decisions, education, charity, justice, and our commitments to democracy, which are based and defined in the framework of transparency and consent.
- In the process of rehabilitation, special attention is paid to the problems of irritability, vulnerability, sexuality (attractiveness) and life planning.
- Subjective experiences and concerns of the patient should express the patient himself/herself.
- Information about the subjective experiences of the patient in the interpretation of even a doctor is not sufficient for making of a number of clinical decisions.
- The relationship between the patient and his or her environment (including relatives, family members, employees of the medical and social spheres) should be made within the framework of "adult - adult", "adult - child"
- "Festina lente" - hurry slowly!
- Cure from illness is not equivalent to recovery.
- Traditional clinical, laboratory, and instrumental tests are not sufficient to verify complete recovery, since the patient's quality of life in many clinical situations is more susceptible to changes in health, than traditional laboratory and instrumental parameters.
- The concept of "disability" is considered only in the sense of "partial disability".
- Fate does not limit the efforts, because overcoming fate is the main task of the patient and the doctor in the struggle for quality of life against the "mortal philosophy" of fatalism, because the LIFE is HOLY.
Effecient implementation of this Concept at all stages, in order to meet the expectations of our patients, is achieved through the mechanization of rehabilitation processes, using specialized equipment, biofeedback robotic trainers, computerized complexes of mechanotherapy, portable kinesitherapy systems used in leading clinics in Europe, USA, Japan.