China Pharmaceutical University, Nanjing, Jiangsu, China
Stroke is an acute cerebrovascular disease. When it is complicated, it greatly affects people's work and life, and the incidence is high and the rate of disability is high. In recent years, it has been found that modified Taijiquan has a certain effect on the rehabilitation treatment of stroke patients. Therefore, it is indispensable to carry out relevant research on the observation of the application effect of modified Taijiquan in the rehabilitation treatment of stroke patients' motor function. The purpose of this article is to solve the problem of how to improve the application of Taijiquan in rehabilitation treatment of stroke patients, by studying the effect of improved Taijiquan on the rehabilitation of motor function, based on the relevant content of the learned social cognitive theory, and using a questionnaire As well as research methods such as the comparative experiment method, the effect of modified Taijiquan on rehabilitation of stroke patients' motor function was discussed in detail, and an experimental group and a control group were established. The results of the study show that the improved Taijiquan plays an obvious role in the rehabilitation of stroke patients' motor function, and it can promote the rehabilitation of stroke patients' motor function to a certain extent. The experimental results show that the use of modified Taijiquan in stroke patients' motor function in rehabilitation therapy, the therapeutic effect is increased by about 10% compared to the ordinary therapeutic effect, and the body recovery is increased by about 15%. The therapeutic effect is better.
Improved Tai Chi, Stroke Patients, Motor Function, Treatment Applications
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