After the introduction of any new therapy technique one is immediately confronted with testimonials from patients, enthusiasm from clinicians, and caution from scientists on whose research the therapy is based. The case with biofeedback is no different. This creates a difficult situation for the individual interested in evaluating the efficacy of clinical biofeedback techniques. Since the field is relatively new, these techniques have neither stood the test of time nor been evaluated in terms of rigorous research designs with long-term outcome components.
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