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phys·i·o·ther·a·peu·tic

(fiz'ē-ō-thār'ă-pyū'tik),
Pertaining to physical therapy.

phys·i·o·ther·a·peu·tic

(fiz'ē-ō-thār'ă-pyū'tik)
Pertaining to physical therapy
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This review of the physiotherapy literature identified key themes which appear core to a constructive physiotherapeutic relationship.
Considering the complexity of the posterior triangle and the amount of physiotherapeutic literature utilising palpation to locate scalenus anterior, this technique deserves to be examined further.
Physiotherapeutic techniques, including lymphatic massage and exercises, play a role in the physical treatment of lymphoedema.
However, the start of the physiotherapeutic treatment varied from the 2nd to the 14th day after labor [1,24-25].
2012) Evidence of the physiotherapeutic interventions used currently after exercise-induced muscle damage: systematic review and meta-analysis.
Conservative physiotherapeutic management of chronic haematomata and haemophilic pseudotumours: Case study and comparison to historical management.
Post-diagnosis, Nick also follows a physiotherapeutic regimen--a practice that has been shown to improve fitness, lower depression and anger, reduce fatigue, and improve overall quality of life in MS patients (Dalgas et al.
The results of this study provide support for physiotherapeutic rehabilitation interventions that target women with visual impairments as an area of need for balance rehabilitation.
Some doctors at private physiotherapeutic, cosmetic and dental clinics took advantage of patients, some of whom were minors," he said, adding that a female patient filed a report against the doctor for touching her inappropriately.
There are physiotherapeutic and sports classes included in the program, such as: water aerobics, pilates, fitness and Nordic Walking along the coast of the Baltic Sea and in the pine forest.