therapist

listen to the pronunciation of therapist
Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
sağaltman
terapist

Tom bir terapistle görüşüyor. - Tom has been seeing a therapist.

Tom ruhsatlı bir terapist midir? - Is Tom a licensed therapist?

(Tıp) Belli bir tedavi yöntemi üzerinde uzmanlaşmış kimse, terapist
{i} doktor

Doktor hastayı bir sırt yaralanması için tedavi ediyor. - The therapist is treating the patient for a back injury.

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respiratory therapist
solunum terapisti
speech therapist
konuşma terapisti
therapists
terapistler
chief occupational therapist
(Askeri) MEŞGULİYETLE TEDAVİ KISMI ŞEFİ: Kadın Sağlık Uzmanlar Sınıfı'na mensup bir kadın subay. Bu subay; fizik tedavi servisi şefine karşı, sağlık tesisindeki meşguliyetle tedavi kısmının idare ve kontrolundan sorumludur. Emrindeki personelin faaliyet ve eğitimini de kontrol ve koordine eder
chief physical therapist
(Askeri) FİZİK TEDAVİ KISMI ŞEFİ: Kadın Sağlık Uzmanlar Sınıfı'na mensup kadın subay. Bu subay; bir sağlık tesisindeki Fizik Tedavi kısmının idare ve kontrolundan, Fizik Tedavi servisi şefine karşı sorumludur. Emrinde bulunan personelin faaliyetlerini de kontrol ve koordine eder
experienced therapist
deneyimli terapist
mental therapist
psikoterapist
mental therapist
terapist
monkey therapist
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) maymun terapist
occupational therapist
(Askeri) MEŞGULİYETLE TEDAVİ UZMANI: Kadın sıhhi uzmanlar sınıfına mensup kadın subay. Bu subay; meşguliyetle tedavi alanında ihtisas yapmış bir uzmandır
occupational therapist
(Askeri) meşguliyetle tedavi uzmanı
physical therapist
fizyoterapist
physical therapist
(Askeri) FİZİK TEDAVİ UZMANI: Kadın sıhhi uzmanlar sınıfına (Women's Medical Specialist Corps) mensup kadın subay. Bu subay, fizik tedavi alanında ihtisas yapmış bir uzmandır
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
This column is designed for a physical therapist However, if mental therapy is supported this can offer a solution
A therapist is a person who is skilled in a particular type of therapy. someone who has been trained to give a particular form of treatment for physical or mental illness
A person who is expert in providing individual, group or family therapy for people in need
Someone who provides therapy, usually professionally
Generally short for "Psychotherapist" A person who professes to be able to help person who are suffering with problems amenable to psychological treatments This is a generic term and does not imply any specific credentials or educational background
a person skilled in a particular type of therapy
{i} person trained in methods of treatment and rehabilitation
occupational therapist
Therapist whose aim is to help clients achieve a better quality of life through work or similar occupations
dental therapist
(Diş) A dental therapist is a licensed dental auxiliary who specializes in treating children's teeth and oral hygiene. Local dental regulations determine the duties therapists are able to perform. Typically, therapists under the prescription of a dentist are licensed to examine children's teeth, administer restricted techniques of local anesthesia, take radiographs, provide sealants, scaling and cleaning in children. Also restoring primary teeth and vital pulp treatments such as pulpotomies
art therapist
therapist who employs art therapy (use of art as a therapeutic tool in the treatment of various disorders)
occupational therapist
Teaches ways to more easily perform everyday activities (cooking, driving, dressing) that may have become challenging due to pain or mobility limitations
occupational therapist
Determines necessary treatment related to student's fine motor skills, visual perceptual skills, sensory motor skills, life skills, pre-vocational skills, social/emotional development and functional mobility
occupational therapist
n The person who uses productive or creative activity in the treatment or rehabilitation of physically or emotionally disabled people
occupational therapist
is a person with special training in infant and child development They work with parents and teachers to provide the child with activities that promote normal growth and development
occupational therapist
A professional who helps people develop or regain skills which are absent because of physical injury, birth defects, aging, or emotional or developmental problems, through purposeful and meaningful activity
occupational therapist
A health professional specially trained to teach individual's ways to protect joints, minimize pain, and conserve energy
occupational therapist
occupational therapists assess functioning in activities which are essential in everyday living such as bathing, grooming, writing and meal preparation
occupational therapist
Occupational Therapies help with handwriting issues, and sensory experiences including touch, movement, body awareness, sight, sound, and the pull of gravity
occupational therapist
A specialist involved in the retraining of patients with brain injuries to resume the self-care activities important to daily living OTs work to improve function in the patient's hands and upper body and become involved during the acute rehabilitation phase
occupational therapist
performs diagnostic tests, measurements, and evaluations, such as mobility of joints, strength and endurance of muscles Initiates and applies appropriate preventive, therapeutic and rehabilitative procedures and techniques
occupational therapist
therapist that rehabilitates using specific kinds of exercises and work
occupational therapist
A professional qualified to assess, plan and implement rehabilitation plans for people who have suffered disabilities or disabling injuries Created as a separate profession in the 1930s
occupational therapist
Individuals who specialize in the analysis of purposeful activity and tasks to minimize the impact of disability on independence in daily living The therapist then helps the family to better cope with the disorder, by adapting the environment and teaching sub-skills of the missing developmental components
occupational therapist
A licensed professional responsible for the plan of treatment designed to optimize functional activities, such as eating, dressing, grooming and other tasks requiring upper body fine motor skills New Care does not provide OTs at this time
occupational therapist
Occupational therapists assess functioning in activities of everyday living, including dressing, bathing, grooming, meal preparation, writing, and driving, which are essential for independent living In making treatment recommendations, the OT addresses (1) fatigue management, (2) upper body strength, movement, and coordination, (3) adaptations to the home and work environment, including both structural changes and specialized equipment for particular activities, and (4) compensatory strategies for impairments in thinking, sensation, or vision
occupational therapist
A trained healthcare professional who uses self-care, work, and recreational activities to help people with disabilities become more functional and independent
occupational therapist
A rehabilitation professional who assists individuals to compensate for functional limitations as a result of an injury, illness or disability by learning skills and techniques needed to perform activities of daily living and optimize independence
occupational therapist
An occupational therapist is someone whose job involves helping people by means of occupational therapy. someone whose job is to help people get better after an illness by giving them activities to do
occupational therapist
Helps the patient become more independent and able to complete daily activities such as bathing, dressing, cooking and eating To increase patient's independence, therapy is provided to help improve upper extremity strength, endurance, coordination, perception and balance
physical therapist
Professional who treats physical disorders with physical and/or mechanical means such as massage, exercise, water, light, heat, etc
physical therapist
physical therapists are trained to evaluate and improve movement and function of the body such as physical mobility, balance, posture & fatigue
physical therapist
Help manage pain and mobility by using therapeutic exercise, heat, cold or water therapy
physical therapist
A health professional specially trained to work with individuals to improve joint function
physical therapist
An expert in maintaining and improving the movement and function of joints and limbs Physical therapists may begin to work with patients early in the rehabilitation phase
physical therapist
A person trained and certified by a state or accrediting body to design and implement physical therapy programs
physical therapist
n The person who treats physical dysfunction or injury by the use of therapeutic exercise and the application of modalities, intended to restore or facilitate normal function or development
physical therapist
Say: fizz-ick-all thair-a-pist After you get injured, have an operation, or are really sick for awhile, your body might forget how to move a part (or parts) of your body the way you used to It may be hard to stand, walk, run, or catch a ball A physical therapist helps your body remember by teaching you to do exercises, playing games, giving you massages, or making you move around in warm water
physical therapist
therapist who treats injury or dysfunction with exercises and other physical treatments of the disorder
physical therapist
performs diagnostic tests and evaluations, such as joint mobility, stability and appearance of walking, strength and muscle endurance
physical therapist
someone whose job is to give physical therapy British Equivalent: physiotherapist
physical therapist
Assists patients who have experienced disability from illness, trauma, or birth defects, performs individual exercise programs to restore or relocate physical function
physical therapist
Works with patients to improve strength, mobility, endurance, coordination and balance of their trunk and extremities The physical therapist also helps patients manage pain through the use of therapeutic exercises and treatment modalities
physical therapist
A health professional who teaches exercises that help restore arm and shoulder movement and build back strength after breast cancer surgery
physical therapist
A trained professional who teaches exercises and other physical activities to aid in rehabilitation and maximize physical ability with less pain
physical therapist
A rehabilitation professional who utilizes various therapies to assist individuals in maximizing mobility, and restoring strength and body movement following an illness, injury (e g , stroke, fall, back injury, etc)
physical therapist
A trained healthcare professional who uses physical activities to help people with disabilities become more functional and independent
physical therapist
The physical therapist evaluates components of movement, including: muscle strength, muscle tone, posture, coordination, endurance, and general mobility The physical therapist also evaluates the potential for functional movement, such as ability to move in the bed, transfers and walking and then proceeds to establish an individualized treatment program to help the patient achieve functional independence
physical therapist
A trained medical person who provides rehabilitative services and therapy to help restore bodily functions such as walking, speech, the use of limbs, etc (H)
physical therapist
A licensed professional who strives to design exercise programs or rehabilitation goals that will help in the restoration of muscle function, ambulating, strength, or coordination New Care does not provide PTs at this time
physical therapist
a health professional who uses exercises and other methods to restore or maintain the body's strength, mobility, and function
respiratory therapist
Provides pulmonary assessments and treatment and teaches exercises that help patients increase exercise tolerance and optimize functional abilities
respiratory therapist
A specially trained therapist who assists in diagnostic procedures such as arterial blood gas analysis, pulmonary function studies and bronchoscopy Additionally, respiratory therapists may be involved in oxygen and aerosol therapy
respiratory therapist
a health care professional who specializes in assessment, treatment and education for people with lung diseases
respiratory therapist
A healthcare practitioner who is specially trained to assist in caring for people who have respiratory problems, or who are using respirators/ventilators
respiratory therapist
employs specific testing techniques to assist in diagnosis, monitoring, and treatment of those with respiratory problems Provides respiratory rehabilitation appropriate instructions, and supportive counseling for the client/patient and family until optimum recovery level is achieved
speech therapist
person that deals with problems of speaking and listening
speech therapist
A speech therapist is a person whose job is to help people to overcome speech and language problems
speech therapist
a therapist who treats speech defects and disorders
therapists
plural of therapist
therapist
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