Associations to the word «Therapeutic»
THERAPEUTIC, adjective. Of, or relating to therapy.
THERAPEUTIC, adjective. Having a positive effect on the body or mind.
THERAPEUTIC, noun. (medicine) A therapeutic agent
THERAPEUTIC ABORTION, noun. (medical) An abortion indicated by need for the health of the mother or due to the inviable nature of the fetus.
THERAPEUTIC ABORTIONS, noun. Plural of therapeutic abortion
THERAPEUTIC BOARDING SCHOOL, noun. A residential school which provides therapy and education.
THERAPEUTIC TOUCH, noun. A form of alternative medicine whose practitioners claim to manipulate patients' energy fields and promote healing by placing their hands on or near the patient.
THERAPEUTIC USE EXEMPTION, noun. (sports pharmacology) an exemption to allow use of a banned substance for therapeutic purposes so that a ban from competition will not result when testing returns positive results
THERAPEUTIC USE EXEMPTIONS, noun. Plural of therapeutic use exemption
THERAPEUTIC VACCINE, noun. A vaccine which prevents or eases the severity of the problems from an infection that has already occurred.
THERAPEUTIC VACCINES, noun. Plural of therapeutic vaccine
THERAPEUTIC WINDOW, noun. (pharmacology) The range of doses of a drug which are effective without being harmful.
THERAPEUTIC, noun. A medicine or therapy that cures disease or relieve pain.
THERAPEUTIC, adjective. Tending to cure or restore to health; "curative powers of herbal remedies"; "her gentle healing hand"; "remedial surgery"; "a sanative environment of mountains and fresh air"; "a therapeutic agent"; "therapeutic diets".
THERAPEUTIC, adjective. Relating to or involved in therapy; "therapeutic approach to criminality".
Strong and bitter words indicate a weak cause.