Coverage Summary

Confidential and Proprietary, © UnitedHealthcare, Inc. Page 1 of 2 Coverage Summary TITLE: Biofeedback PRODUCTS: UnitedHealthcare Medicare Advantage Plans Approval Date: 11/01/06 Revision Date: 11/15/07, 5/22/08, 4/15/09, 5/11/2010, 08/29/2011 Policy Number: B-001 This information is being ...


CIGNA covers biofeedback as medically necessary for ANY of the following conditions: • constipation in adults • fecal incontinence in adults • urinary incontinence (i.e., stress, urge, mixed, overflow) in children and adults • migraine and tension headaches in children and adults ...

Physiology Lessons for use with the Biopac Student Lab

Physiology Lessons for use with the Biopac Student Lab PC under Windows  95/98/NT 4.0/2000 or Macintosh  Lesson 14 BIOFEEDBACK Relaxation and Arousal Manual Revision 08232001.PL3.6.6-ML3.0.7 Richard Pflanzer, Ph.D. Associate Professor Indiana University School of Medicine Purdue University ...

Biofeedback - The Ultimate Self-Help Discipline - Siegfried ...

Biofeedback - The Ultimate Self-Help Discipline - Siegfried Othmer, Ph.D. And Caroline Grierson, RN, BCIAC Biofeedback - The Ultimate Self-Help Discipline by Siegfried Othmer, Ph.D.

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Patient Handout Biofeedback for Urinary Incontinence What Is Biofeedback? Biofeedback is a technique used to help you learn how to control certain body processes.

What is biofeedback?

BIOFEEDBACK What is biofeedback? Biofeedback is a simple painless teaching technique, providing patients with personalized on-the-spot information (or feedback) about a particular function of their body.


Corporate Medical Policy Page 1 of 5 An Independent Licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association Biofeedback File Name: biofeedback 11/1994 3/2011 3/2012 3/2011 Origination: Last CAP Review: Next CAP Review: Last Review: Description of Procedure or Service Biofeedback is a technique ...

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Biofeedback Introduction Tim Watson Page 1 EMG Biofeedback - The Principles Introduction A fairly concise, but useful definition (Weiner) might suggest that feedback is '..a method of controlling a system by reinserting into it the results of its past performance.'

Biofeedback - Medical Applications

Biofeedback - Medical Applications These services may or may not be covered by all HealthPartners plans. Please see your plan documents for your own coverage information.

Biofeedback *Applications*

Sala Horowitz, Ph.D. B ehavioral approaches including biofeedback are part of the integrative medicine model that is increasingly being recognized and utilized by mainstream medicine.

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