therapeusis


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therapeusis

(ˌθɛrəˈpjuːsɪs)
n
(Medicine) another word for therapeutics
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Typically, a child is followed by a treatment team, consisting of physiccians, behavioral specialists, teachers, and parents with little or no regard for the nutritional implications in the etiology, development, or therapeusis of the condition.
The particular formal investment in linear progress that characterizes a typical first-person account makes the autobiographical register a provoking site for exploring how the teleological pursuit of meaning underwrites a rhetorical agenda of linguistic cohesion, psychic development, and therapeusis that, especially in stories of traumatized subjectivity, frames the reintegration of cohesive selfhood in temporal returns to psychic continuity.
The management of hypertensive disease: a review of spinal manipulation and the efficacy of conservative therapeusis.