soft tissue therapy


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soft tis·sue ther·a·py

(sawft tish'ū thār'ă-pē)
Manual therapy that affects the soft tissues of the body (e.g., muscle, fascia).
Manual therapy that affects the soft tissues of the body (e.g., muscle, fascia).
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Soft tissue therapy and PROM may loosen and break down soft tissue and myofascial attachments that have formed.
Soft tissue therapy, laser therapy, and acupuncture were also used in this group of birds but were used less consistently between birds for any continuous amount of time or frequency (Table 1).
In particular, PROM and soft tissue therapy need to be assessed because these therapies can be learned and performed on site at rehabilitation facilities on a daily basis if needed.