is a painless, non-invasive method that can be used in muscle recovery after meniscal repair and enhances the rehabilitation process, especially related to muscular function.
for neuromuscular reeducation in the hemiplegic stroke patient: A meta-analysis.
16, 17, 18, 19) Other behavioral techniques used by researchers were meditation and muscle relaxation techniques; (20) attentional training; (21) electromyographic biofeedback
training to reduce muscle tension; (22, 23, 24) and musical analysis and improvisation techniques.
The program includes electromyographic biofeedback
, pelvic floor muscle exercises and bladder and bowel retraining.
(EMG) uses electrodes to monitor tension in specific muscles, and feeds back information to enable the subject to gain greater control over tension levels.
Schleenbaker RE, Mainous AG Electromyographic biofeedback
for neuromuscular reeducation in the hemiplegic stroke patient: a meta-analysis.
Some studies showed greater benefit from the addition of propanolol to thermal biofeedback plus relaxation training, from thermal biofeedback plus relaxation training plus cognitive-behavioral therapy, or from electromyographic biofeedback
Electrical stimulation versus electromyographic biofeedback
in the recovery of quadriceps femoris muscle function following anterior cruciate ligament surgery.