Biofeedback; Questions to Ask.Review the following 'Questions To Ask' about biofeedback so you're prepared to discuss this important health issue with your health care professional.
What kind of training do you have? Are you certified and by whom?
How long have you been doing this? What types of conditions do you most commonly address? How many times have you treated patients with my condition?
Which types of biofeedback do you use?
How much will this cost? Will my health care plan cover treatment?
How many sessions do you think I will need?
Tell me how each of these machines works.
I have a pacemaker. Do you need to take special precautions?
What types of exercises will I need to do at home?
Will I need follow-up visits once the initial treatment and training are finished?
I am pregnant. Will biofeedback effect my pregnancy? If so how?
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