orthotic

2 ENTRIES FOUND:

or·thot·ic

noun \r-ˈthä-tik\

Definition of ORTHOTIC

:  a device (as a brace or splint) for supporting, immobilizing, or treating muscles, joints, or skeletal parts which are weak, ineffective, deformed, or injured

Origin of ORTHOTIC

New Latin orthosis
First Known Use: 1955

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