Written by Kathrin LaFaver, MD
The field of integrative medicine is gaining a steadily growing interest base among patients and healthcare professionals alike. Defined as healing-oriented practice with a focus on lifestyle interventions, offering patient-centered care addressing physical, mental, and spiritual well-being, it can fill the gaps that many perceive in our traditional healthcare environment.
Published by Elizabeth Hofneinz, M.P.H., M.ED.
Can patient’s commitment to a physical therapy protocol be improved? A new study offers hope that, with a technique called Cognitive Muscular Therapy, patient adherence to important and necessary physical therapy can indeed improve.
Calf muscles act as the body's second heart, helping to pump blood through the rest of the body, but most people strain this system by remaining stagnant for long periods of time each day. Eric Peper discusses the importance of this circulatory system and how to reactivate your body's second heart.
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Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback. 2021 Jun 19. doi: 10.1007/s10484-021-09516-0. Online ahead of print.
This article provides an overview of the history of the Japanese Society of Biofeedback Research (JSBR) and presents some of its recent advances. Most of the research papers published in the JSBR journal (Biofeedback Kenkyu) have been written in Japanese, and therefore have had very few opportunities to reach global readers. We would like to present some of important findings previously published there.
Research shows neurofeedback sessions can help improve academic performance.
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