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Biofeedback Working Principle And Its Clinical Uses

Biofeedback Working Principle The technique used to measure, process and feedback some information from which the people unaware means of auditory or visual signals with the help of electronic instruments termed as biofeedback. Biofeedback  Working Principle: A Reward model usually used with these biofeedback techniques. According to this, positive reinforcement occurs in the patients with …

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Wax Therapy Physiotherapy treatment, Principle Method Of Application Indications

Contradiction to Paraffin Wax Treatment Paraffin and mineral oil immersion used in combination for the treatment of the distal parts of the body like hands and feet. It usually 6:1 or 7:1 of wax to mineral oil that used for therapeutic purpose. Historical Background: Paraffin wax therapy utilized for centuries for the treatment of many …

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Magnetic Therapy Its Physiological Effects Clinical Uses

Definition Magnetic therapy uses different types of magnets to remove a number of diseases from the body. The principle of Magnetic therapy: In a human body, every cell, atom, and chemical generate an electromagnetic field. These bioelectromagnetic fields are very specific for the organs that generate them. These electromagnetic frequencies produced all communications cells of …

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