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"Biofeedback may have applications for multiple sclerosis (MS) related symptoms," writes Dr. Allen C. Bowling, M.D., Ph.D., Medical Director of the Rocky Mountain MS Center. "For anxiety and insomnia, which may be significant problems in multiple sclerosis, biofeedback may be beneficial by promoting relaxation. It may also be helpful in treating some types of pain, although the use of biofeedback to treat MS-associated pain has not been formally documented." Spasticity, bladder and bowel incontinence, migraines, and neurological disorders may all respond to biofeedback.
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