Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as neurotherapeutics.

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  • I'll start with the second link, on "neurotherapy."

    When depression isn't just depression (What if No One's Watching?)

  • This led me to study the habits of the men; and thus it was that I arrived at a discovery of real practical value to neurotherapy.

    Scientific American Supplement No. 822, October 3, 1891

  • The following paragraphs will explain the fundamental difference between neurotherapy and the older systems of manipulative treatment.

    Nature Cure

  • While the other systems of manipulative treatment confine themselves almost entirely to the correction of bony and other connective tissue lesions, to "pressing the button," as it is called, neurotherapy, besides this, aims at other very important results.

    Nature Cure

  • Therefore neurotherapy would not suppress acute processes by manipulative treatment any more than by drugs, ice, antitoxins, surgery or any other suppressive method.

    Nature Cure

  • Osteopathy, chiropractic, naprapathy, neurotherapy and spondylotherapy, as we have learned, are various systems of maipulative treatment which have been devised mainly to correct spinal and other bony lesions, shrinkage and contracture of muscles, ligaments and other connective tissues.

    Nature Cure

  • The various modern systems of spinal manipulation, namely, osteopathy, chiropractic, naprapathy, neuropathy, spondylotherapy and our own neurotherapy, are all of distinctly American origin.

    Nature Cure

  • Gradually, therefore, after having gathered the constructive elements from all the various methods of manipulation, after considerable spinal dissection and, above all, after close observation of the results obtained in hundreds of obstinate acute and chronic cases, we of the School of Natural Therapeutics have evolved our own system of spinal manipulation and have named it neurotherapy.

    Nature Cure

  • "Treatment of TBI builds upon KMI's neurotherapy technology platform," said Ed Koeneman,

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • KMI is a thought leader in the field providing solutions that merge digital and robotic technologies with sound neurotherapy principles to deliver

    NewsBlaze.com Current News - Top Stories

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