Biofeedback

Biofeedback

Biofeedback is a treatment technique that uses skills and tools to give you instantaneous information about how your body is responding during a particular exercise or position.

This is commonly used with spinal stability programs, balance/foot & ankle stability programs, and pelvic insufficiency within the Women’s Health spectrum.

Biofeedback is useful for retraining pro-prioceptors (receptors in our joints that tell our body where it is in space), getting muscle groups to work together properly, and helps you regain control of dormant and dysfunctional muscles which is vital for stability/core control.

Together proprioception, muscle coordination, and core stability improves balance (decreases risk of falls), improves sports performance, and eliminates unsteadiness when walking on unlevel surfaces like sand or hiking trails.

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January 23, 2015