|massage therapy||Swedish massage|
|a service mark for a type of therapy using vigorous massage to alleviate physical or psychological tension||Rolfing|
|a trademark for a whirlpool bath with a system of underwater jets that deliver water under pressure in order to massage and invigorate the body||Jacuzzi|
|able to tolerate difficult circumstances, capable of waiting, one who receives therapy or treatment (medical, psychiatric, etc.), somebody given medical treatment, tolerant, forbearing, long-suffering||patient|
|act of rubbing something down, massage, rubbing of the body||rubdown|
|act of squeezing and shaping (clay, dough, etc.); massage||kneading|
|act of treating the body by rubbing or kneading the muscles or joints to stimulate circulation or relaxation, enhance, manipulate deceptively, rub or knead muscles and joints with hands to stimulate circulation or relaxation, give a massage, rub somebo...||massage|
|act of wiping; act of smearing, annoy somebody, cause discomfort on skin by scraping, clean something with repeated strokes, difficulty, irritating thing, massage, press and move hand on something, rubbing action, touch something with dragging pressure...||rub|
|alternative therapy, study of muscular movement, study of the motion of the body||kinesiology|
|any of various instruments causing a vibratory action; device for vibratory massage; vibrating electrical device used for sexual stimulation, device converting direct to alternating current, something that vibrates, vibrating device||vibrator|
|application of a cupping glass to draw blood to the surface of the body for relieving internal congestion (Traditional Chinese Medicine therapy), use of cupping glass||cupping|
|behavior therapy||behavioral therapy|
|behavioral theory, massage therapy, study of reflexes and behavior, theory that behavior can be described as a series of reflexes; natural healing method based on massage of the feet and hands||reflexology|
|bloodletting, practice of drawing blood from a vein as a medical therapy, phlebotomy||venesection|
|bloodletting, practice of drawing blood from a vein as a medical therapy, phlebotomy||venisection|
|branch of medicine using X-rays, science of radiation and radioactive substances, use of radiant energy in medical diagnosis and therapy||radiology|
|brothel, place for massage||massage parlor|
|chemically produced electricity; use of chemically produced electricity for therapeutic purposes, electricity as medical therapy, production of electricity by chemical reaction, voltaism||galvanism|
|cognitive therapy||rational-emotive behavior therapy; rational-emotive therapy|
|does not direct, does not guide, patient-focused therapy||nondirective|
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