Uso de Tai Chi para la salud del adulto mayor: revisión bibliográfica

Use of Tai Chi for the health of the elderly: A bibliographic review

Uso do Tai Chi para a saúde de idosos: uma revisão bibliográfica

  • Omar Cruz Cartas Departamento de Enfermería Clínica. Universidad de Guanajuato (Celaya, Guanajuato, México)
  • María de Lourdes García Campos Departamento de Enfermería Clínica. Universidad de Guanajuato (Celaya, Guanajuato, México)
  • Vicente Beltrán Campos Departamento de Enfermería Clínica. Universidad de Guanajuato (Celaya, Guanajuato, México)
  • Xóchitl Sofía Ramírez Gómez Departamento de Enfermería Clínica. Universidad de Guanajuato (Celaya, Guanajuato, México)
  • María Esther Patiño López Departamento de Enfermería Clínica. Universidad de Guanajuato (Celaya, Guanajuato, México)
  • Sandra Neli Jimenez Garcia Departamento de Enfermería Clínica. Universidad de Guanajuato (Celaya, Guanajuato, México)
Palabras clave: Tai Chi, Tai ji, Terapia por ejercicio/métodos, Salud, Adulto mayor, Anciano, México
Key-words: Tai Chi, Tai ji, Exercise therapy/methods, Health, Elderly, Aged, Mexico

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Cruz Cartas, Omar; García Campos, María de Lourdes; Beltrán Campos, Vicente; Ramírez Gómez, Xóchitl Sofía; Patiño López, María Esther; Jimenez Garcia, Sandra Neli. Uso de Tai Chi para la salud del adulto mayor: revisión bibliográfica. Enfermería Universitaria. 2021; 18(2): 101-1. Disponible en: http://ciberindex.com/c/reu/4832reu [acceso: 06/10/2022]
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