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Biofeedback and evidence based medicine

@inproceedings{Peper2009BiofeedbackAE,
  title={Biofeedback and evidence based medicine},
  author={E. Peper and R. Harvey and N. Takabayashi},
  year={2009}
}
Clinical biofeedback procedures are highly effective ameliorating a variety of symptoms that range from urinary incontinence to hypertension as well as assess a person’s somatic awareness by making the invisible visible. The paper reviews the biofeedback process and some psychosomatic applications. Psychosomatic patients often demand more skills than just attaching them to the equipment. Successful treatment includes a) assessing physiology as a diagnostic strategy, b) explaining the illness… Expand

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