Real-time neuroimagery – biofeedback on steroids


Biofeedback has been a wonderful tool for learning control of body functions that we usually can’t directly monitor.

Now here’s something that takes the concept of biofeedback just a wee bit further – not that we’ll get to use it in day-to-day pain management for a wee while!!

Psychology of Pain reports on the use of neuroimaging as a way for people with chronic pain to influence their own brain functioning, and in turn, change their experience of pain. What an awesome concept!

Take a look at the blog – and as soon as I hear more, I’ll be posting!

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