Biofeedback

Biofeedback is an evidence-based practice that uses non-invasive sensors to measure physiological functions of the body and provide real time feedback on a computer screen.  It is considered a form of complementary medicine, which means that it can be used in addition to your usual care with your doctor/therapist.

Learning how our bodies function and how we can control those functions can lead to improved health, wellbeing, and quality of life, as well as prevention of chronic medical conditions.  A typical course of biofeedback includes 8-12 sessions, after which you will have acquired the skills to continue the practice on your own. 

Hanover Psychiatry offers the following types of biofeedback: 

These biofeedback modalities have been shown to be effective for a wide range of symptoms and conditions, including:

For more information please call our office at 603-277-9110 or email keri.l.height@dartmouth.edu