kinesiatrics


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kinesiatrics

(kɪˌniːsɪˈætrɪks)
n
(Medicine) the treatment of disease by the use of gymnastics or muscle exercises

kinesiatrics

the branch of medicine that concerns itself with muscular exercise as a cure for disease. Also kinesipathy.
See also: Remedies
the branch of medicine that concerns itself with muscular exercise as a cure for disease. Also called kinesipathy.
See also: Medical Specialties
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Kinesiatrics finds broad applicability, with remarkable results, in all rheumatoid forms, by using a varied range of exercises that the purpose is to prevent, retard or improve the process of illness installation or evolution.
let's assume that by applying means specific to kinesiatrics in the treatment of the rheumatoid shoulder, there is a contribution to its functionality improvement or increase;
Three times in the first week, two physical therapists with five years or longer kinesiatrics careers educated the patients one by one by explaining the purpose of the exercise therapy and demonstrating the motions.