Biofeedback Counseling Center
Enhancing the Healer Within
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Biofeedback involves placing sensors on the skin and viewing what is happening in the body on a computer screen.  The Biofeedback clinician coaches the client on how to make changes toward greater health and wellness. 

Biofeedback is a natural method that has been found to be helpful for many persons with migraine headaches, ADHD, epilepsy, stroke, anxiety, addictions, asthma, depression, hypertension, muscle spasms, sleep disturbance, chronic pain, stomach pain, stress, and other symptoms and conditions for both children and adults.  Biofeedback has been recommended by many physicians for their patients.

Panic Attacks-- Heart rate variability biofeedback and capnometry (breath practice involving measuring carbon dioxide) are two tools that have been found to be effective in reducing or eliminating panic attacks for many people especially in combination with SE therapy.  The treatment of Panic Attacks is a Center of Excellence at the Biofeedback Counseling Center.

Headaches--Biofeedback has been found to be effective for headaches for many people including children and adults. Ask your physician about biofeedback, a natural method for the treatment of headaches.

Gastrointestinal Problems--Biofeedback has been found to be effective for many patients with Crohn's Disease Irritable Bowel Syndrome, and Stomach pain including children and adults.

Stress and Anxiety--Biofeedback is not a pill or a procedure done to the patient; instead, it shows the patient what is happening in the body during stress and how to activate the parasympathetic branch of the nervous system for more calmness and sense of peacefulness.

Muscle Weakness due to Storke--Biofeedback can also be used to show the energy activation in the muscles.  In the case of muscle weakness due to stroke, EMG biofeedback combined with EEG brainwave biofeedback has been used experimentally.

Krystal Angevine is Board Certified by the BCIA in both Biofeedback and Neurofeedback.