The notion of biofeedback has been around for many years, and with the emergence of new technology, the concept is rapidly evolving into a reliable methodology used by alternative practitioners to study the condition of their patients. Individuals can learn how to modify their physiology for the purpose of improving physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health by studying the mind–body techniques associated with biofeedback training. Much like physical therapy, biofeedback training requires active participation on the part of client, and involves the measuring of one or more biological markers repeatedly, while the client is trained to try to improve those markers. Measurements like heart rate, blood pressure, muscle tension, pain perception, galvanic skin response, and brain waves are commonly used, but health researchers are discovering a growing number of new metrics.
With the explosion of technologies like FitBit, Apple Watch, HeartMath and others, the measurement tools have become much more accessible and are integrated into our daily lives. These tools provide information to the user in real time, and offer ways to collect and aggregate data. This creates an awareness of these processes that we have not seen in years past, and can help people gain conscious control over their bodies and related functions.
Scans Provide Treatment Path
Through biofeedback, people are often able to make subtle changes to their bodies, which can be particularly beneficial to those managing symptoms of disease or of a specific condition. Research has shown that many people who are engaging in biofeedback techniques are realizing significant improvements in their physical, emotional and mental health. It can also be helpful in testing for allergies, and ensuring proper selection of nutritional supplements and dietary guidelines. This allows practitioners and home users to identify the best choices, treatments, and methods to significantly improve their health.
Practitioners, or well-trained individuals using emerging biofeedback applications and techniques, are able to scan the body and obtain a unique snapshot of the energies present in the body, which can be very useful in choosing health methods and modalities. This can help to pinpoint what would be most useful to the body at the present time, and can also predict and identify trends.
The BioCharger™ NG Integrates with Biofeedback Systems
The BioCharger™ NG platform comes with access to a recipe library (of currently 600+ recipes) which can be downloaded, or manually entered into any biofeedback system that allows for data entry, and has proven to be a popular tool among our practitioner base. Our customers have seen powerful success in integrating with the Assyra and Qest4 biofeedback systems in particular. When BioCharger™ recipes are added to the library of information tested by biofeedback, practitioners are given an additional set of parameters to assess. Often, the results will suggest that the client use the BioCharger™ NG with specific recipes. By following a recipe plan created from biofeedback, clients feel better, and the biofeedback assessment on the functional body serves to confirm the improvements.
“The BioCharger complements the Qest system perfectly! Having the ability to scan clients with the Qest for the exact BioCharger recipes has proven to be invaluable to my clients outcomes. They see fast, positive results in as little as one session on the BioCharger, and some report that they have never felt better. Client outcomes, top notch customer service, & the expanding recipe library are just some of the reasons we plan on purchasing a second BioCharger soon. ” Lisa Robinson, CHHP / BioCharger™ NG & Qest owner, Douglasville, GA
The benefits of biofeedback are coming to light in a world that is searching for alternative options to manage our health. Many Americans are turning towards it, and other less traditional therapies, to augment their treatment plans, and to even address much of their routine healthcare.