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What is biofeedback?

Biofeedback is a treatment technique using electromagnetic impulses wherein the body is stimulated to heal by feeding the body signals emitted by the body itself. This is done using a biofeedback machine that is attached to the person using leads.

How does biofeedback work?

During a session you will be wearing wrist and ankle bracelets along with a head harness. These sensors comfortably read the electrical impulses from your body and send information to the computer which acts as a monitoring device. The biofeedback practitioner educates patients as to what specific areas of the body or mind are in most need of stress reduction and re-education based on the information translated from the biofeedback device to the computer screen. Although biofeedback is completely non-invasive and gentle, this powerful system allows relaxation and stimulates the ability to heal. Since the body is designed to heal itself, the process of biofeedback helps the body remember the balanced and stress free state helping it make adjustments to reach that healthier state.
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Depending on an individual’s condition, biofeedback may be employed under the STEPS Program© for the following:

  1. Cases where not enough information is available to choose the correct homeopathic treatment.
  2. Support chronic pain treatment.
  3. To release muscle tension or spasm.
  4. Support the treatment of urinary incontinence.
  5. Treating tension or migraine headaches.
  6. Support treatment of sleep disorders.
  7. Relieve anxiety.
  8. To help all conditions that are made worse by stress.
Biofeedback would be recommended under the STEPS Program©, if deemed suitable for your case after the Health-O-Meter© Analysis. For more information about biofeedback, please click here.