Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Therapy"

The meaning of "Therapy" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does This is not a therapy session, you promised a party
So break out the favors

What does that mean ‘so break out the favors’? mean?
A: I see, the "favors" must've meant the drugs. "Break out the favors" might have meant "to reveal the drugs", I researched "party favors" and it is actually a slang for "drugs".
Q: What does therapy mean?
A: It's the process of treating a mental or physical disorder.

The aim of therapy is to relieve pain, or fully heal a person.

For example:

Physiotherapy
Psychotherapy
Q: What does vital therapies mean?
A: therapies that are necessary to your life
Q: What does where to you go to a therapy? mean?
A: this sentence is ungrammatical. "Where do you go to therapy?" or "Where can one get therapy?" are possibly the intended sentences?
Q: What does therapy mean?
A: 治療
例如physical therapy是物理治療

Example sentences using "Therapy"

Q: Please show me example sentences with therapy.
A: What exactly are you asking for?

Synonyms of "Therapy" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between therapy and cure and remedy ?
A: Therapy usually refers to physical therapy or when one undergoes a treatment plan or process.
Cure is fixing the health problem but more referring to the desired end result, not the process.
Remedy is the plan to achieve a cure.
Q: What is the difference between I'm doing therapy now and I'M FEELING so much better. and I'm doing therapy now and I FEEL so much better. ?
A: “I’m doing therapy now and I feel so much better” is grammatically correct but people use both when speaking. They both mean the same thing
Q: What is the difference between therapy and treatment ?
A: "therapy" is used more to treat something within a mental range

"I have a therapy appointment for my OCD"

meanwhile "treatment" is used more towards physical stuff

"I have an appointment for my lower back treatment"
Q: What is the difference between therapy and treatment ?
A: Therapy-treatment intended to relieve or heal a disorder.

Treatment-medical care given to a patient for an illness or injury.

Translations of "Therapy"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? physical therapy
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? therapy
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? therapy
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? respiratory therapy
A: I am not 100% confident I am pronouncing this accurately by the dictionary, but this is how we say 'respiratory therapy' in the south. Fighting!

Other questions about "Therapy"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce therapy.
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Q: I sometimes do a little retail therapy because I’m stressed out everyday. does this sound natural?
A:

"enjoy a little retail therapy"でもいいと思います。
Q: She studies physical therapy when it was in the group does this sound natural?
A: ok!!! Entonces, en inglés, es:

She studied Physical Therapy while SHE was in the group.
Q: Walking therapy for anxious after cyclone.


does this sound natural?
A: That's different. You might call that 'Walking Therapy', but I assumed that 'Walking Therapy' was a form of therapy that I wasn't familiar with. So, you might say 'I felt anxious after the cyclone, so I went out for some "Walking Therapy".'
Q: This therapy works well and only way to treat decompression sickness and acute carbon monoxide poisoning.
Alternative treatment is not effective to the diagnosis.
We will provide different treatment to other disease.
does this sound natural?
A: This therapy works well and it is the only way to treat decompression sickness and acute carbon monoxide poisoning. Alternative treatment is not effective for this diagnosis. We will provide alternative treatments for other diseases.

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