J B Zweig

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A 12-year-old male, unresponsive to therapy for symptoms associated with reflex sympathetic dystrophy, was treated by thermal biofeedback techniques. Within the first four treatment sessions, transfer of training from digital warming to warming the affected knee area produced skin temperature elevation around the gastrocnemius and patellar areas.(More)
Sleep disturbances are a frequent reason for pediatric consultation. When the disturbance persists in the form of delays in entering or maintaining sleep (DIMS), a vicious cycle develops. As part of the cycle, vigilance or arousal occurs, further inhibiting sleep occurrence. Persistent DIMS requires treatment to interrupt this self-perpetuating sequence.(More)
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