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Intervention Mechanism and Effect of Tai Chi on Motor Dysfunction at Different Brunnstrom Stages of Stroke

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posted on 2023-01-05, 13:23 authored by xue wangxue wang

Tai Chi, a traditional exercise therapy with a long history in China, has been widely used in clinical practice in recent years. However, there is no study on the effect and mechanism of Tai Chi on dyskinesia in different Brunnstrom stages of stroke. This study presents a multicenter, randomized, controlled trial protocol to investigate the dose-response effect and mechanism of Tai Chi in treating stroke-induced motor dysfunction. 

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National Key Research and Development Program. China (No.2019YFC1710304).

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wxuexue0930@126.com

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Second Affiliated Hospital of Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine

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