Orthotics meaning

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The science that deals with the use of specialized mechanical devices to support or supplement weakened or abnormal joints or limbs.
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(medicine) The design, manufacture and installation of orthopedic appliances to support, straighten or improve the function of a body part.
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The science of developing and fitting any kind of orthopedic device designed to activate or supplement a weakened or atrophied limb or function.
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The science that deals with the use of specialized mechanical devices to support or supplement weakened or abnormal joints or limbs.
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Plural form of orthotic.
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