Definition of Osteopath

1. Noun. A therapist who manipulates the skeleton and muscles.

Exact synonyms: Osteopathist
Generic synonyms: Healer, Therapist
Derivative terms: Osteopathy



Definition of Osteopath

1. n. A practitioner of osteopathy.

Definition of Osteopath

1. Noun. (medicine) A physician who practices osteopathy by manipulating the skeleton and muscles ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Osteopath

1. [n -S]

Medical Definition of Osteopath

1. An osteopathic physician who is a Doctor of Osteopathy (D.O.). (12 Dec 1998)

Osteopath Pictures

Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Osteopath Images

Lexicographical Neighbors of Osteopath

osteomyelitides
osteomyelitis
osteomyelitises
osteomyelodysplasia
osteomyelofibrotic syndrome
osteon
osteonal
osteoncus
osteone
osteonecroses
osteonecrosis
osteonecrotic
osteonectin
osteones
osteons
osteopath (current term)
osteopathia
osteopathia condensans
osteopathia haemorrhagica infantum
osteopathia striata
osteopathic
osteopathic medicine
osteopathic scoliosis
osteopathically
osteopathies
osteopathist
osteopathology
osteopaths
osteopathy
osteopedion

Literary usage of Osteopath

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Philosophy of osteopathy by Andrew Taylor Still (1899)
"Philosophy of osteopathy. CHAPTER I. SOME INTRODUCTORY REMARKS. Not a Work of Compilation—Authors Quoted—Method of Reasoning—The osteopath an Artist—When I ..."

2. Careers for Women by Catherine Filene (1920)
"Choose a city where the field is not overcrowded and if you want to succeed you will. THE osteopath DR. EDITH STOBO CAVE Doctor of ..."

3. Autobiography of Andrew T. Still: With a History of the Discovery and by Andrew Taylor Still (1897)
"... Qood Wife—A Wandering osteopath —My Story in Clinton County—Treating Asthma—My Studies—A Hypnotist. HAVING finally solved the great problem of ..."

4. Osteopathy, Research and Practice by Andrew Taylor Still (1910)
"WHY I AM AN osteopath. 1 The Medical Incubator has had an unbroken privilege in choice of places, the very best oil, the best thermometers, ..."

5. Saint Louis Medical and Surgical Journal (1898)
"An Offended osteopath.—A mnn, called William Smith, MD, DO, has brought suit against the Medical Age for $25,- 000 damages because of an alleged libel, ..."

6. The Practice and Applied Therapeutics of Osteopathy by Charles Hazzard (1901)
"These facts explain why lower spinal lesion is so often found by the osteopath to be the cause of motor derangement of the bladder. ..."

Other Resources Relating to: Osteopath

Search for Osteopath on Dictionary.com!Search for Osteopath on Thesaurus.com!Search for Osteopath on Google!Search for Osteopath on Wikipedia!

Search