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Noun
/ˈTHerəpē/,
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therapies, plural;
  1. Treatment intended to relieve or heal a disorder
    • - a course of antibiotic therapy
    • - cancer therapies
  2. The treatment of mental or psychological disorders by psychological means
    • - he is currently in therapy
    • - therapy sessions

  1. (medicine) the act of caring for someone (as by medication or remedial training etc.); "the quarterback is undergoing treatment for a knee injury"; "he tried every treatment the doctors suggested"; "heat therapy gave the best relief"
  2. (therapist) a person skilled in a particular type of therapy
  3. Therapy (in Greek: θεραπεία), or treatment, is the attempted remediation of a health problem, usually following a diagnosis. In the medical field, it is synonymous with the word "treatment". Among psychologists, the term may refer specifically to psychotherapy or "talk therapy".
  4. Therapy? are an alternative metal band from Northern Ireland. The band was formed in 1989 by guitarist–vocalist Andy Cairns from Ballyclare and drummer-vocalist Fyfe Ewing from Larne, Northern Ireland. The band initially recorded their first demo with Cairns filling in on bass guitar. ...
  5. Therapy is a 1989 album by Loudon Wainwright III. It followed a three-year hiatus, during which Wainwright moved from England (where he had recorded his previous two albums) back to the USA. ...
  6. Therapy is the first EP released by Diatribe.
  7. "Therapy" is the second single by the group Infectious Grooves from their debut album The Plague That Makes Your Booty Move...It's the Infectious Grooves. The song featured Ozzy Osbourne singing the chorus. A music video was directed by frontman and singer Mike Muir. ...
  8. Therapy is a mystery novel by American author Jonathan Kellerman
  9. Treatment of disease or disability, physical or mental; Healing power or quality; To treat with a therapy; To undergo a therapy
  10. (therapist) Someone who provides therapy, usually professionally
  11. (therapies) A range of treatments that can be used to help the body’s natural defences fight off infectious diseases. They strengthen the immune system to do its job. These include medications (drugs), vitamins, healthy eating, exercise and rest.
  12. (Therapist) A term sometimes used to describe a professional who provides mental health or substance abuse treatment services. Sometimes the longer term “psychotherapist” is used. ...
  13. (Therapist) Somebody that counsels with you and guides you in changing a behavior.
  14. The term "therapist" has become popularly associated with mental health practice, and is often used as a more casual reference to a mental health practitioner.  However, this can become confusing due to the large number and variety of therapies that exist (i.e. ...
  15. (Therapists) These include chiropractors, osteopaths, acupuncturists, homeopaths, podiatrists and other practitioners
  16. (Therapists) find tools for your business or information about listing here >>
  17. Therapists include Physical Therapists focus on evaluating things like range of motion and working with the patient on any of a number of physical treatments, including Exercise, Aquatic (water) Therapy, McKenzie Technique and others.
  18. any of the measures taken to treat a disease. Unproven therapy is any therapy that has not been scientifically tested and approved. Use of an unproven therapy instead of standard (proven) therapy is called alternative therapy. ...
  19. procedures carried out on an outpatient basis. (at a rehabilitation division, physiotherapy facility) or a similar form of health care (e.g. physiotherapy at home).
  20. any process that aids understanding and recovery from psychological difficulties. A wide variety of therapies can be divided into psychotherapies (involving discussion or action) and somatic therapies (medical or biological intervention).
  21. Principle of plant disease control marked by the cure of disease, as with heat or systemic chemicals. (20)
  22. A treatment or intervention intended to change an outcome or course of disease.
  23. Moving an explorer's mental vision into position so as to be able to contrast (see differences) and compare (see samenesses) their symptoms (layer 5) with their needs (layer 7). The definition is grounded in the idea that blocked (layer 6) needs (layer 7) cause symptoms (layer 5).
  24. The management and care of an individual for the purpose of combatting (eg preventing, curing, ameliorating) a disease or disorder; all resources provided in this management or care.
  25. Claims of providing therapy or treatment, or billing for services with a third party may be done only by a licensed/credentialed professional such as a PT, OT, SLP, psychologist, social worker, MD, among others. Laws differ by state. ...