Hypertension (High Bloodpressure)
Neck & Back pain
other muscular and vascular complaints
is a learning process which helps you gain control of your body's responses to stress, anxiety, physical strain and emotional stimuli.
is the use of instruments to reflect physiological conditions. With this information, a person may be able to effect change upon body areas previously not under volitional control.
can monitor muscle tension, heart-rate, blood pressure, peripheral blood flow (vasoconstriction) and galvanic skin response, EEG brain waves and others.
is a non-invasive, client-centered method of training the body in which the learner actively participates in treatment and the doctor or therapist assumes the role of coach.
is practiced by physicians, nurses psychologists,psychiatrists, chiropractors, social workers, dentists, music therapists, and other health practitioners. A typical course of treatment may run 8-16 sessions or until mastery is achieved.
Neurofeedback generally runs between 20-40 sessions.
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