With the Covid-19 pandemic, we were forced to realize that the field of rehabilitation and physical health was a forgotten part of the healthcare system and that the importance of its role could be poorly recognized. There are several examples: the reopening of private rehabilitation centers was allowed simultaneously as hairdressing salons. We also observed that rehabilitation professionals’ services were requested after those of the army to help the crisis in CHSLDs. Physiotherapists and physical therapists have also been relieved to screen for the virus when they would have been much more useful by maintaining rehabilitation services. Finally, the private sector’s rehabilitation professionals have been completely sidelined despite their multiple messages sent to support the system. Rehabilitation and physical health must be an essential service, even more in times of pandemics, for the simple reason that they play an undeniable role in the health of the pediatric, adult, or geriatric population, with or without a neurological disorder. However, one can sometimes wonder about the recognition of the urgency of the situation at the government level. It seems that the importance of rehabilitation and physical health is little recognized, reflecting a lack of political will to improve these essential services for the better health of Quebecers.