Biofeedback has been used for more than fifty years in rehabilitation to facilitate normal movement patterns after injury. It is a training technique that enables an individual to gain some element of voluntary control over muscular or autonomic nervous system functions using a device that produce an auditory or visual stimulus. It provides biological information to patients in real-time, this information can sometime be referred to as augmented or extrinsic feedback.
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