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Effect of Tai-Chi on Grip Power, Pain and Fear of Falling in Elderly Person
Oh, Chung-uk;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to test the effects of Tai Chi exercises on the grip power, pain and fear of falling in elderly persons. A quasi-experimental design was used. This study included 37 subjects who were living in C city. The subjects were divided into the experiment group (n
 Keywords
Elderly;Fear of Falling;Grip Power;Pain;Tai Chi;
 Language
Korean
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