electrotherapy

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Synonyms for electrotherapy

the therapeutic application of electricity to the body (as in the treatment of various forms of paralysis)

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While the category of integrative and complementary medicine includes two (20%) journals offering less than 20 articles in the 2004 and 2005 period (Acupuncture & Electrotherapeutics Research 6 and Altex-Alternativen zu Tierexperimenten 19), integrative and complementary medicine journals tend to offer article numbers commensurate with the number of editions offered annually and the journal's profile.
One doctor extended an invitation to the other to see his new x-ray machine; the other was leaving the next day to take a 6-week course at the Illinois School of X-ray and Electrotherapeutics and had a new x-ray machine en route by water from New York.
17th Annual International Symposium on Acupuncture & ElectroTherapeutics & Bi-Digital O-Ring Test for Effective Acupuncture & Western Medical Diagnosis & Treatment
Morus' account of Golding Bird's introduction of electrotherapeutics at Guy's Hospital, and of its use in the treatment of hysteria, nicely complements Winter's presentation of mesmerism's cultural and medical history in the Victorian period.
A paradigm shift is occurring in the field of Electroceuticals[TM], the next frontier in pulsed electromagnetic field therapy and electrotherapeutics," said Andre' DiMino, Vice Chairman and Co-CEO of Ivivi Technologies, a company dedicated to the field of electrotherapeutics and sponsor of the symposium.
NOVEMBER 7-9: THE 29th ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON ACUPUNCTURE, ELECTROTHERAPEUTICS, CLINICAL QI GONG at Faculty House, Columbia University in New York City, New York.