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Water-based Tai Chi: theoretical benefits in musculoskeletal diseases. Current evidence. Macías-Hernández SI1, Vázquez-Torres L2, Morones-Alba JD3, Coronado-Zarco R4, de Los Angeles Soria-Bastida M1, Cruz-Medina E4, Nava-Bringas TI4. J Exerc Rehabil. 2015 Jun 30 VIEW
We Built it, But Did They Come: Veterans' Use of VA Healthcare System-Provided Complementary and Integrative Health Approaches Stephanie L Taylor1,2, Hannah M Gelman3, Rian DeFaccio3, Jamie Douglas3, Matthew J Hawrilenko3, Nathan K McGinty3, Adam Resnick4, Nathan C Tomlanovich3, Joy Toyama4, Alison M Whitehead5, Benjamin Kligler5, Steven B Zeliadt3,6 J Gen Intern Med 2022 Nov 30 VIEW
Well-being predictors of body composition and associated behavioral risk factors in midlife/older women participating in a meditative movement intervention: an exploratory analysis Dara L James1, Linda K Larkey1, Kimberley Goldsmith2, Bronwynne Evans1, Ann Sebren3, Nanako A Hawley4 J Clin Transl Sci 2023 Sep 4 VIEW
What Do Academic Physicians Think of Tai Chi? A Qualitative Study Patricia Huston1,2, Deirdre MacGuigan3 J Altern Complement Med 2021 Apr 27 VIEW
What do we really know about the safety of tai chi?: a systematic review of adverse event reporting in randomized clinical trials. Wayne P1, Berkowitz D, Litrownik D, Yeh G. J Altern Complement Med. 2014 May VIEW
What do we really know about the safety of tai chi?: A systematic review of adverse event reports in randomized trials. Wayne PM1, Berkowitz DL2, Litrownik DE3, Buring JE4, Yeh GY5. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2014 Dec VIEW
What improvements do general exercise training and traditional Chinese exercises have on knee osteoarthritis? A narrative review based on biological mechanisms and clinical efficacy Xingbin Du1,2, Rao Fan3, Jianda Kong3 Front Med (Lausanne) 2024 May 22 VIEW
What Is the Molecular Signature of Mind–Body Interventions? A Systematic Review of Gene Expression Changes Induced by Meditation and Related Practices imageIvana Buric 1,2*, imageMiguel Farias 1, imageJonathan Jong 1, imageChristopher Mee 3 and imageInti A. Brazil 1,2,4,5 Front. Immunol. 2017 Jun 16 VIEW
What is the Role of Alternative Treatments in Late-life Depression? Nyer M, Doorley J, Durham K, Yeung AS, Freeman MP, Mischoulon D. Psychiatr Clin North Am. 2013 dec VIEW
What type of exercises should older adults engage in to improve fall efficacy and physical fitness related to falling? Sohee Shin1, Burkhard Wuensche2 J Exerc Rehabil 2023 Aug 22 VIEW
What We Have Learned About the Implementation of Whole Health in the Veterans Administration Benjamin Kligler1,2, Maureen Khung1, Tamara Schult1, Alison Whitehead1 J Integr Complement Med 2022 Nov 23 VIEW
Wheelchair Tai Chi Ball Exercise for Improving Neuromuscular Functions of Older Adults With Disability Ting Liao1, Xiong-Wen Ke2,3, Yong Tai Wang3 Front Aging Neurosci 2022 Jul 19 VIEW
Whether mindfulness-guided therapy can be a new direction for the rehabilitation of patients with Parkinson's disease: a network meta-analysis of non-pharmacological alternative motor-/sensory-based interventions Shenglan He1, Wanyi Fang1, Jiaoyang Wu1, Hang Lv2, Jueyu Zhang1,3, Tunyi Wang1, Yingjie Huang1, Guangyao Li1, Min Li1 Front Psychol 2023 Sep 14 VIEW
Why osteoarthritis of the knee is called "a wound that does not heal" and why Tai Chi is an effective treatment Patricia Huston1,2 Front Med (Lausanne) 2023 Nov 27 VIEW
Wu Qin Xi as a Treatment for Physical Ailments: A Bibliography of Recent Medical Research McGee, RW The Economics of Qigong Series 2020 Aug 31 VIEW
Yoga and Tai Chi: a mind-body approach in managing respiratory symptoms in obstructive lung diseases. Ratarasarn K1, Kundu A2 Curr Opin Pulm Med. 2019 Dec 31 VIEW
Yoga-based interventions may reduce anxiety symptoms in anxiety disorders and depression symptoms in depressive disorders: a systematic review with meta-analysis and meta-regression Javier Martínez-Calderon1,2, María Jesús Casuso-Holgado1,2, Maria Jesus Muñoz-Fernandez2,3, Cristina Garcia-Muñoz4,5, Alberto Marcos Heredia-Rizo1,2 Br J Sports Med 2023 Jun 27 VIEW
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