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A Customized Tai Chi Program for Gait and Postural Stability in Parkinson’s Patients

Unveiling the Benefits of Tai Chi for Parkinson’s Disease Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a progressive neurological disorder that profoundly affects gait and postural stability, leading to increased risks of falls…

Enhanced Gait Initiation Explains Why Tai Chi Can Prevent Falls

As we age, maintaining stability and preventing falls becomes increasingly important. Sedentary behavior, unfortunately, is a common issue among older adults, leading to a higher risk of falls. One promising…

The Effects of Different Types of Tai Chi Exercises on Preventing Falls in Older Adults

A Chinese study reported by the journal Aging clinical and experimental research in March 2024 compares the effects of four types of Tai Chi exercises on preventing falls in older…

The Tai Chi Lower Extremity Exercise: A New Practical Way to Help Older Adults in Balance Control

Falls among older adults present a significant health concern, often resulting in injuries, medical costs, and decreased quality of life. With approximately 30% of adults aged 65 and older experiencing…

Tai Chi Found Helpful for Functional Fitness and Fall Risk in Older Adults in South America

An ex-post-facto study was carried out by scientists from Chile, Brazil, and Peru in practicing and non-practicing older adults of Tai chi to verify functional fitness and fall risk in…