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A randomized controlled trial of tai chi for long-term low back pain (TAI CHI): Study rationale, design, and methods

Amanda M Hall*, Chris G Maher, Jane Latimer, Manuela L Ferreira and Paul Lam

BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders 2009, 10:55  doi:10.1186/1471-2474-10-55

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Which Style of Tai Chi Are You Studying?

Jordan Keats   (2009-08-07 13:48)  RRU email

Hello,
As you may know there are five major styles of taiji, in your abstract you simply say tai chi, what style of tai chi are you studying? As to the affect of various styles of taiji on the body I can not comment, but I have been practicing Chen Style tai chi for four years and it has completely alleviated my lower back pain caused by scoliosis. Who are the teachers/ masters participating in this study, and for how long does the study run?
Thanks,
Jordan

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