studies interactions between the mind and body by recording how the body is functioning and relating the functions recorded to behavior.
Is Biofeedback Right for You?
Biofeedback teaches self-regulation and will benefit many disorders including migraine and tension headaches, cardiovascular issues, pain, ADHD, anxiety and overall stress reduction.
Referring Patients for Biofeedback:
For primary care providers, specialists and other providers who want to refer patients for biofeedback treatment.
Adding Biofeedback to Your Practice
Adding biofeedback and/or neurofeedback to your existing practice will enhance outcomes. This is shown through the abundance of research in this area of behavioral medicine.