Is Biofeedback an effective and scientific method for treatment of pain? A pilot study at the Medical University of Vienna

Richard Crevenna, Mohammad Keilani, Martin Nuhr, Tanya Sedghi Komanadj, Fadime Cenik & Christoph Krall
Objective: Biofeedback is known to be an effective psychophysiological method with the power to enhance self-competence, and has been reported in several high-impact journals to be an effective means in the treatment of bodily pain. Aim of this pilot study was to assess knowledge about biofeedback, [for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]