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osteopath

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Nurses, doctors, etc
osteopathos‧te‧o‧path /ˈɒstiəpæθ $ ˈɑː-/ noun [countable]  MNsomeone who is trained to treat people using osteopathy chiropractor
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osteopathHis son, Mark, trained as an osteopath or something and set up in practice here.Meanwhile June Fox is spending the Dons she earns teaching word processing on the services of an osteopath.An osteopath whom he consulted recommended that he continue the radiation and in addition prescribed a number of sessions of osteopathic manipulation.And now backpain week has been designated by doctors and osteopaths to make us more aware of the problem.Back-strengthening exercises are a must and can be taught by a physiotherapist or osteopath.But capable, for the first time, of getting from A to B without calling in at the osteopaths.
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