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brac·ing

(brās'ing),
In dentistry, resistance to horizontal components of masticatory force. See: component of force.

brac·ing

(brās'ing)
In dentistry, resistance to horizontal components of masticatory force.

bracing,

n a resistance to the horizontal components of masticatory force.
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The progress that has been achieved in bracing is important for high school coaches, trainers, and athletes to carefully consider.
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We found no information specifically about functional bracing following ACL injuries that have been managed conservatively.
You've just created triangles and diagonal bracing to make a sturdier structure.
orthopedic bracing market, companies such as Bledsoe, Breg, DeRoyal, DJO, and Ossur lead the market, among many others.
Comment: Prior to this study there was some controversy about the role of back bracing in teens with scoliosis.
The researchers included the shoes and inserts because "even with appropriate valgus bracing, large mechanical stresses on the knee can persist, suggesting that the addition of other interventions to further improve limb alignment may be of therapeutic value," they noted.
Players are bracing themselves, literally and figuratively, against injuries.