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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