Psychogenic cough treated with biofeedback and psychotherapy. A review and case report.

@article{Riegel1995PsychogenicCT,
  title={Psychogenic cough treated with biofeedback and psychotherapy. A review and case report.},
  author={Barbara Riegel and J E Warmoth and Susan J. Middaugh and William G Kee and Linda Nicholson and Dustin Melton and Devang K Parikh and Jerry C Rosenberg},
  journal={American journal of physical medicine & rehabilitation},
  year={1995},
  volume={74 2},
  pages={155-8}
}
Psychogenic cough is a barking or honking cough, which is persistent and disruptive to normal activity. The cough may be a debilitating condition that interferes with work and social relationships. Although the frequency of this condition is low, it is not rare. The majority of cases reported involve pediatric or adolescent patients. Surprisingly, there are scant data describing this condition in the adult population and no reports of biofeedback being used to treat this syndrome. We present a… CONTINUE READING

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