Baotou Vocational & Technical Collage, Inner Mongolia ,China
With the improvement of people's material level, people's awareness of health is gradually becoming stronger. The high pressure of learning has caused a general outbreak of cervical spondylosis among high school students. This study mainly explored the effect of Yang's 16-style Tai Chi on cervical spondylosis of high school students. In response to people's concerns, this study explored the high school students' proficiency in Yang's 16-style Tai Chi and the clinical medical rehabilitation rate of Yang's 16-style Tai Chi during the experiment. In the course of the experiment, a total of 140 students with cervical spondylopathy were randomly selected from three senior students of Datong Experimental Middle School for clinical medical experiments. The students were randomly divided into 7 groups of 20 people each. One group was a controlled experiment without Tai Chi training. The other 6 groups recorded the students' proficiency in learning Yang's 16-style Tai Chi and the rehabilitation of cervical spondylosis under the same environment effect. During the experiment, strictly control the students' diet and work and rest rules, and require detailed records for the data. On the 5th day of the experiment, the students' mastery of Yang's 16-style Tai Chi was as high as 96%, and the recovery rate of cervical spondylosis was as high as 86% when the adherence was 6th day. The entire experiment was conducted without the interference of irrelevant factors. The research results show that Yang's 16-style Tai Chi has a significant therapeutic effect on cervical spondylosis of high school students. High school students have a positive effect on the mastery of Yang's 16-style Tai Chi and the rehabilitation effect of high school students' cervical spondylosis.
Cervical Spondylosis, Rehabilitation Effect, Clinical Medicine, Tai Chi, Observation Curative Effect
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