Cruikshank often speaks about the potential of yoga to be therapeutic — even medicinal.
Moreover, new research suggests that Furosemide may have no therapeutic value at all.
Gupta points out that even methamphetamine and cocaine are recognized for their therapeutic value as “Schedule II” drugs.
Only then will we find a therapeutic solution that fully restores autonomy to those who have been robbed of independence.
Burton has expressed no desire to use the runway as a therapeutic outlet for whatever demons may haunt her dreams.
The oils from these two plants are very similar in composition and presumably in therapeutic properties.
It was new as a therapeutic system, however old its philosophic elements.
Quincke has endeavoured to calculate the amount of blood in cases of blood transfusion for therapeutic purposes.
Lowen was interested in the therapeutic implications of Reich's work.
Of course only a small part of the therapeutic usefulness is secured during the hypnotic state itself.
pertaining to the healing of disease, 1640s, probably shortened from therapeutical (c.1600), from Modern Latin therapeuticus "curing, healing," from Greek therapeutikos, from therapeutes "one ministering," from therapeutein "to cure, treat," of unknown origin, related to therapon (genitive therapontos) "attendant." Therapeutic was used from 1540s as a noun meaning "the branch of medicine concerned with treatment of disease."
therapeutic ther·a·peu·tic (thěr'ə-pyōō'tĭk) or ther·a·peu·ti·cal (-tĭ-kəl)
Having or exhibiting healing powers.
Of or relating to therapeutics.