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- adv. In a therapeutic manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a therapeutic manner; in respect to curative qualities; from the point of view of therapeutics.
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- adv. for therapeutic purposes
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Indeed, well before Coleridge conceived the "Rime," physicians were using electical eels and torpedoes therapeutically, that is, as a means of removing blockages to the circulation of the "electrical fluids" in the patient's body by inducing electrical shocks (Tatar, 53-54).
"KRAS has been very difficult to target therapeutically, which is why we are looking at molecules, such as PKCi, that convey signals downstream of KRAS that can be manipulated," Dr. Murray says.
It's a broken system, yielding fewer therapeutically significant new medicines, and pricing drugs out of reach of the poor.
Doctor-prescribed molded orthotics have the benefit of being custom to your foot and therapeutically tweaked.
I'm a peace projector a debunkler, a hypnosis therapeutically induced
Skype doesn't therapeutically disinhibit patients so that they let down their guard and take emotional risks.
She is the go-to person for doctors, physical therapists, students and other teachers who want to know more about using yoga therapeutically.
Numerous broken bones along the way makes yoga therapeutically crucial in my life.
Generics are supposed to be therapeutically equivalent to branded drugs, but some patients experience differences going from one to the other.
Cordyceps is used therapeutically for asthma, bronchitis, chemoprotection, exercise performance, hepatitis B, hepatic cirrhosis, hyperlipidemia high cholesterol, as an immunosuppressive agent, and in chronic renal failure.