Multidisciplinary cognitive behavioural therapy pain management programme incorporating Tai Chi exercise for participants with mobility Issues: A feasability evaluation
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|Title:||Multidisciplinary cognitive behavioural therapy pain management programme incorporating Tai Chi exercise for participants with mobility Issues: A feasability evaluation||Authors:||Rothwell, Elvina Elizabeth; Szukalska, Natalia; Murphy, Paul; Peatfield, Alan; Fleming, Hamish; et al.||Permanent link:||http://hdl.handle.net/10197/10596||Date:||20-Oct-2018||Online since:||2019-05-22T08:21:09Z||Abstract:||There is good quality evidence for multi-disciplinary team, cognitive-behavioural therapy, pain-management programmes (MDT-CBT-PMP's). However, individuals may be unable to participate, due to mobility issues precluding usual exercise treatments and/or 3 weeks of full-day attendances. Tai-Chi Exercises (TCE) can be practiced by almost anyone, and have an emphasis on mindful movement, rather than on exercise.||Type of material:||Conference Publication||Keywords:||Pain management programme; Tai-Chi; Mobility||Other versions:||https://irishpainsociety.ie/||Language:||en||Status of Item:||Not peer reviewed||Conference Details:||The Irish Pain Society 18th Annual Scientific Meeting & 4th Irish Pain Research Network Symposium, University College Dublin, Ireland, 20 October 2018|
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