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Researcher Seeks Married Couples for Interpersonal Biofeedback Study

Research trials have begun on an innovative research project which examines the additive therapeutic effect of two existing evidence-based techniques, marital therapy and biofeedback. Steven C. Kassel, a Marriage and Family Therapist who has been certified in Biofeedback since 1985, designed a way to combine both therapies which typically are not used together. Working with […]

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Journey To The Wild Divine And Healing Rhythms Demonstration Videos!

Journey to the Wild Divine and Healing Rhythms are part of the Wild Divine hardware/software biofeedback system available for professional or home use. This software sports a cool user interface that teaches relaxation skills through guided tutorials from experts and through visual and auditory feedback complete with modern graphics and beautiful sounds and music. The […]

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Excellent Free Resource: Basics Of Surface Electromyography Applied To Physical Rehabilitation and Biomechanics

Thought Technology just released a free PDF biofeedback “mini-ebook” (49 pages) entitled, “Basic Of Surface Electromyography Applied To Physical Rehabilitation and Biomechanics.” Students or biofeedback clinicians that use surface electromyography (SEMG or EMG) will find this to be a fantastic free resource. Check the end of this review for a download link. (more…)

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Biofeedback May Be An Effective Treatment For Migraine Headache

Migraine headache afflicts 18% of women and 7% of men in the United States*. A recent meta-analysis* found that various forms of biofeedback may be an effective treatment for migraine headache. The primary peripheral biofeedback modalities under investigation included electromyography (EMG), skin temperature (TEMP), and heart rate variability (HRV) [referred to as blood-volume-pulse feedback in […]

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Biofeedback Applications for Tension-Type Headache: Results of a Meta-Analysis

Nestoriuc, Rief, & Martin (2008)* conducted a meta-analysis of biofeedback applications for tension-type headache (TTH). A meta-analysis combines data from published studies that meet inclusion criteria to increase statistical power and the ability to detect a statistically meaningful treatment effect, often expressed as an “effect size.” The researchers provide an overview of TTH and report […]

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Excellent Resource: Evidenced-Based Biofeedback/Neurofeedback

02/14/09 Update: AAPB removed the Evidenced-Based Biofeedback/Neurofeedback (2008 Edition) PDF because it is now offered only as regular book.  Attached is the PDF of the 2004 edition of this book. Original Post: The Behavioral Medicine Report readers hopefully are becoming more familiar with biofeedback. Upcoming articles will cover other types of biofeedback treatments, not just […]

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