Tai Chi for treating knee osteoarthritis: Designing a long-term follow up randomized controlled trial.

Wang, Chenchen.
Schmid, Christopher H.
Hibberd, Patricia L.
Kalish, Robert.
Roubenoff, Ronenn.
Rones, Ramel.
Okparavero, Aghogho.
McAlindon, Timothy.
2008

Background: Knee Osteoarthritis (KOA) is a major cause of pain and functional impairment among elders. Currently, there are neither feasible preventive intervention strategies nor effective medical remedies for the management of KOA. Tai Chi, an ancient Chinese mind-body exercise that is reported to enhance muscle function, balance and fl... read more

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Wang, Chenchen, Christopher H. Schmid, Patricia L. Hibberd, Robert Kalish, Ronenn Roubenoff, Ramel Rones, Aghogho Okparavero, and Timothy McAlindon. "Tai Chi for treating knee osteoarthritis: Designing a long-term follow up randomized controlled trial." BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders 9, no. 1 (12, 2008): 1-9.
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