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physiotherapeutic

Definitions

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  • adj. Of or relating to physiotherapy.

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  • adj. of or relating to or used in physical therapy

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Examples

  • A revolutionary new technique, Spa Revolutions has created individual, sanitary doses of physiotherapeutic spa-grade paraffin, infused with the finest nourishing and detoxifying ingredients for a results-focused experience.

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  • Muslim pedoetricians should also be warned about the sex-mad Welsh toddlers who will lead them astray and then complain to their Islamophobic parents that the doctor has been experimenting with unusual physiotherapeutic techniques.

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  • Many institutions use it wholesale for all forms of mental illnesses without any other therapy—no proper nursing supervision, no occupational therapy, no psychotherapy—simply a pure physiotherapeutic procedure.

    The Mad Among Us

  • That is how the idea of rendering physiotherapeutic services in all the Havana polyclinics came about.

    INAUGURATING THE VICTORIA DE CUITO CUANAVALE SCH

  • The equipment is being acquired so that all the clinical-surgical centers in Havana and later all over the country -- many have these services in other parts of the country already -- may have physiotherapeutic services.

    INAUGURATING THE VICTORIA DE CUITO CUANAVALE SCH

  • It could be that in Calabazar alone, where this center was inaugurated, a third of the 22,000 residents might at one time or another require physiotherapeutic services.

    INAUGURATING THE VICTORIA DE CUITO CUANAVALE SCH

  • Methods of treatment have changed in a big way with the use of physiotherapeutic modalities, exercise therapy, hydrotherapy, etc.

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  • Dr. Dr. Pallavi Saini, Physiotherapist underscored to hold such clinics regularly and should be located in the hospital out patients thereby offering consultation in all necessary areas of specialized knowledge; hematological, surgical and orthopedic, physical and physiotherapeutic, dental, social and psychological & educational.

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  • Hirst's also praises the balance board for allowing patients to do things like "ski down a mountain or head a football during sessions using the machine", as opposed to the traditional process of physiotherapeutic recovery whereby a trainer takes patients through a more sombre and strenuous rehabilitation process.

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  • The identification of the client's problems and the physiotherapeutic management is based on this diagnosis in conjunction with an understanding of pertinent biopsychosocial factors.

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