kinesioneurosis ki·ne·si·o·neu·ro·sis (kə-nē’sē-ō-nu-rō’sĭs, -nyu-, -zē-, kī-)
A functional nervous disease characterized by tics, spasms, or other motor disorders.
[ki-nee-sis, kahy-] /kɪˈni sɪs, kaɪ-/ noun, Physiology. 1. the movement of an organism in response to a stimulus, as light. 1. a combining form with the general sense “movement, activity,” used in the formation of compound words, often with the particular senses “reaction to a stimulus” (photokinesis), “movement without an apparent physical cause” (telekinesis), “activity […]
kinesitherapy ki·ne·si·ther·a·py (kə-nē’sə-thěr’ə-pē, kī-) n. The treatment of disease by means of passive and active movements, such as massage and exercise. Also called kinesiatrics.
noun a fear of motion or movement; also written kinetophobia See kinetophobia Word Origin Greek kinesis ‘movement’
noun See personal space