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Biofeedback and EMG

EMG biofeedback is the most widely investigated method of biofeedback and appears to be effective in the treatment of many musculoskeletal conditions and in post cardiovascular accident (CVA) rehabilitation.

The human body uses many natural and artificial stabilizers to help stabilize muscular contractions and control the rate and pattern of muscle movement. Biofeedback is a form that utilizes electrical stimulation of the body in order to provide feedback to the trained muscle. The goal of EMG biofeedback is to teach individuals how to better optimize their own body's bioenergetic system through the use of specific training systems.

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