teletherapy

teletherapy

[tel-uh-ther-uh-pee]
noun
1.
treatment in which the source of therapy is some distance from the body, as certain radiation therapies.
2.
psychological counseling by telephone.

Origin:
tele-1 + therapy

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teletherapy tel·e·ther·a·py (těl'ə-thěr'ə-pē)
n.
Radiation therapy that is administered at a distance from the body.

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