Tai Chi for Rehabilitation is a relevant, evidenced based form of exercise that is safe and efficient for a variety of patients throughout their rehabilitation progress. Tai Chi has a growing body of medical research with significant evidence, proving efficacy in reducing joint pain, decreasing falls, improving strength and balance, reducing stress, and improving cardiovascular fitness.
Tai Chi is a safe, effective form of therapeutic exercise that can be used across a variety of settings and diagnoses. Tai Chi is relevant to the profession of physical therapy for promoting health, balance and strength, reducing falls, increasing mobility and function while facilitating empowerment of patients to continue to manage their health and well being beyond the clinic walls.
Tai Chi for Rehabilitation (TCR) is a therapeutic exercise that can be used across a variety of settings and diagnoses.
TCR is created by physician Dr. Paul Lam and is approved by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Tai Chi has a growing body of medical research with significant findings, proving efficacy as an evidence based practice.
Learn how to use Tai Chi in your practice to address a range of deficits:
• Adapt Tai Chi for different levels of rehabilitation needs
• Apply Tai Chi in your practice for improving:
Gait and balance
ADL independence and safety
Tai Chi is relevant to the profession of physical therapy and occupational therapy for promoting health, increasing mobility and function. TCR empowers patients to continue managing their health and wellbeing beyond the clinic walls.