The cause of paralysis, areas affected and the duration from the onset of paralysis to the time sought to rehabilitation are all factors affecting the rate of recovery and result from management. Managing a paralyzed patient is in fact something that requires great planning, meticulous efforts from the part of the patient as well as caretakers and of course; patience. Bringing back lost functions is not at all easy and may sometimes be impossible, but constant effort is anyway necessary through rehabilitation. The patient may often be so emotionally down that he fixes his mind to live with paralysis as it is. Upbringing the emotional state of the patient to a positive way, combined with rigorous rehabilitation training can definitely bring astounding results and change the life of a paralyzed patient.