EMG biofeedback

EMG bi·o·feed·back

a form of biofeedback that uses an electromyographic measure of muscle tension as the physical symptom to be deconditioned (for example, tension in the frontalis muscle in the head that may cause headaches).

EMG bi·o·feed·back

(ĕ-lektrō-mīō-grafik bīō-fēdbak)
A form of biofeedback that uses an electromyographic measure of muscle tension as the physical symptom to be deconditioned, such as tension in the frontalis muscle in the head that can cause headaches.
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The effects of EMG biofeedback and progressive relaxation upon hyperactivity and its behavioral concomitants.
Behavioral and physical treatments, including relaxation training, thermal biofeedback combined with relaxation, EMG biofeedback and cognitive-behavioral therapy, or behavioral therapy plus preventive drug therapy are treatment options.
Behavioral and physical treatments, including relaxation training, thermal biofeedback combined with relaxation training, EMG biofeedback and CBT, or behavioral therapy combined with preventive drug therapy are treatment options.
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Clients in both groups were prescribed individualized rehabilitation programs including physical and occupational therapy, individual and group psychotherapy and EMG biofeedback.
Reynolds (1984) found that EMG biofeedback on the frontalis (forehead) muscle, combined with harp music and positive suggestions, led to a significantly greater reduction in muscle tension than EMG or relaxation training alone (n = 20).
Inexpensive options include ultrasound for abdominal imaging and high-accuracy bladder volume measurement, and EMG biofeedback for Pelvic Muscle Rehabilitation.
Examples of other products in its portfolio include iontophoresis systems, surface EMG biofeedback systems, dynamic range of motion splints, cervical traction devices and several devices for the conservative treatment of incontinence in females.
The next line of treatments are performed in the office and include the Aware([TM]) EMG biofeedback and stimulation instruments for developing voluntary control of pelvic muscles.
Patellafemoral agri sendromunda breys kullanimi, fibromyalji sendromlu hastalarin mizac ve karakter ozellikleri, postmenopozal osteoporozlu kadinlarda enerji tuketimi, serebral palsili cocuklarda basinc splinti ile EMG biofeedback yontemlerinin karsilastirilmasi, meme kanserli lenfodem hastalarinin klinik ozellikleri ve multipl sklerozlu erkek hastalarda seksuel disfonksiyonun incelendigi alti arastirmanin klinik uygulamalariniza ve bilimsel literature katkida bulunacagini umuyoruz.
We believe that EMG biofeedback will play a key role in the future of health care because it can save health care dollars through more efficient treatment and improved quality of care.