Expand awareness of your mind and body while cultivating resilience and finding your inner strength.
What is Biofeedback?
Biofeedback uses external feedback to give patients a greater awareness of their body functions. At Mae, we use a variety of feedback sources, such as a mirror, verbal communication, and visual input from computer sensors. This information can help you recognize your own body signals and acknowledge the mind body connection. By recognizing these signals, you can self-regulate physiological reactions that are usually considered unconscious or automatic.
Biofeedback is an effective therapy for improving mental well-being, creating ease in daily life, and achieving peak physical performance.
Mae biofeedback can create change to address many physical and mental health concerns, including:
- Anxiety or stress
- Chronic pain
- High blood pressure
- Raynaud’s disease
- TMJ Dysfunction
What to expect from your visit to Mae
Working collaboratively with you, Dr. Kari Logan will identify your treatment goals, your assessment strategies, and the home practices that can help you achieve your goals. The first step is self-awareness. You will be invited to monitor your physical sensations, mood, emotions, thought patterns, and habitual behaviors. You will be asked to engage in daily home practice that mirrors the in-office training.
In addition to biofeedback, your treatment may involve one or more of these techniques:
- Meditation and Mindfulness Training
- Autogenic Training
- Guided Imagery
- Relaxation Techniques
- Physical and Postural Exercises