In the previous chapter, I introduced Deleuzo-guatarrian notions of becoming and assemblages to reframe questions of independence and dependence. In this chapter, I extend this discussion by considering examples of mobility assemblages and the implications for rehabilitation research and clinical practice. Throughout the preceding chapters, I have drawn on movement as metaphor to explore rhizomatic potentialities in rehabilitation. Here I (somewhat) let go of the metaphor to explore how assembled bodies literally move through space, and how rehabilitation is oriented toward some forms of mobility over others.