Supported by Fosun Public Welfare Foundation, Ruijin Hospital launched the adjuvant session for parkinsonism.
On January 20, 2015, i-TAICHINZG cooperated with Ruijin Hospital to conduct the research on the adjuvant therapy by Taichi chuan for Parkinsonism. One year later, 90% patients effectively improved their physical conditions, which was reported and paid attention to by many medias.
In May 2016, i-TAICHING organized Fosun Public Welfare Foundation and Ruijin Hospital to reached a preliminary consensus, which requires to set up the Taichi chuan public service project Parkinsonism Adjuvant Treatment Class at Ruijin Hospital. This project would be funded by Fosun Public Welfare Foundation. Ruijin Hospital was responsible for selecting Parkinsonism trainees and filing those selected trainees. And i-TAICHING was responsible for venues and standardized rehabilitation teaching.
In September, 2016, the Taichi chuan public service project Parkinsonism Adjuvant Treatment Class was launched as pilot. Ruijin Hospital recruited and selected trainees. The first batch of trainees learned well at i-TAICHING and gave enthusiastic response. The enrollment is constantly increasing, which is expected to exceed 300 persons by 2017.