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If you are distressed by anything external, the pain is not due to the thing itself, but to your estimate of it; and this you have the power to revoke at any moment.  MARCUS ANTONINUS
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DVDs, CDs, VHS Tapes on Pain and Biofeedback / Neurofeedback




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  Sue Othmer EEG Training for Pain Syndromes: Theory and Practice

 $39 $49 $55



  Susan Middaugh EMG BioFB for Treatment of Cervical & Low Back Pain: Protocols that Work

  $39 $49 $55



  Victoria L. Ibric, MD, Ph.D. Neurofeedback For Chronic Pain

  $39 $49 $55



Victoria Ibric , Chuck Davis Pain and neuroFB :corticalization and modification of pain affect through neurofeedback ; working with Roshi




  Sue Othmer EEG Training for Pain Syndromes: Theory and Practice

 $39 $49 $55



 Victoria Ibric Working With Pain




 WIHCC2  Neurofeedback Protocols for Chronic Pain Franklin Ramos




  Louise Marks Elimination Disorders and Chronic Pelvic Floor Pain Syndromes; A Multimodality Approach




 Stu Donaldson Pain Fibromyalgia Integrating Neurofeedback and Surface EMG


  WII-MM2  Robert Scaer, MD Trauma & Chronic Pain; Treating Pain Through Brain Modification  
  WB30-2? Judith Lubar Rapid Screening for Family Pain and Healing  
  WE37A2 Keith Sedlacek Biofeedback Treatment of Vascular Disorders; Raynauds, Hypertension and Migraine Headaches.  



Siegfried Othmer:  EEG Biofeedback for Pain.

  cd $10



Richard  Gevirtz:  Autononomic Control of Muscle Pain  Herta Flor Brain Plasticity & Pain; New Treatment Approaches Julie Weiner  fibromalgia

  cd $10


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W026-2 Victoria Ibric , Chuck Davis Pain and neuroFB :corticalization and modification of pain affect through neurofeedback ; working with Roshi
Goals: Participants will learn/and or review the pain receptors, pathways and corticalization of pain. Special attention will be given to pain affect and how neurofeedback training modifies it.
Outline and Description of the Workshop:
1.) Pain
Receptors and Pathways
Corticalization of Pain
Subcorticalization/ Affect
2.) Description of the ROSHI neurofeedback instrument
Photo-optic/sound stimulation
3.) Protocols and case studies
4.) F/U- to check long-lasting effects of NF training on Pain
5.) Testimonials
6.) practicum

WIHRR4Stu Donaldson Pain Fibromyalgia Integrating Neurofeedback and Surface EMG
An exciting new EEG/ EMG approach to one of health-care’s most challenging problems. Learn assessment & treatment from one of the world’s sEMG masters & his staff.

WB8CC2  Neurofeedback Protocols for Chronic Pain Franklin Ramos      2 hour audio or video
Neurofeedback protocols for chronic pain conditions will be emphasized in this workshop. Participants will learn to create protocols, read data output, and understand their foundations as applied to the patient’s condition. The participant will learn to generalize use of these protocols to other CNS disorders such as brain trauma, migraine, anxiety, depression, and ADD/ADHD. Case studies will be presented; bring your cases for sharing.

Bio: Franklin Ramos, PhD is a clinical psychologist in Honolulu, Hawaii. He has a full-time NF practice nearly 50% of which involves children and adolescents . The other half of his practice involves neurotherapy for chronic pain. Dr. Ramos, is BCIA certified in both Biofeedback and EEG Biofeedback. He holds Diplomas from 'the American Academy of Pain Management and the American Board of Medical Psychotherapists.
WB8NN2 Victoria L. Ibric, MD, Ph.D. Neurofeedback For Chronic Pain
The attendees will learn how to assess and understand how to treat patients with chronic pain by the means of biofeedback/ NF.
1. Chronic Pain: Definition;
The anatomy and physiology of the pain
Different Localizations/ Corticalization of the pain Causality
Differential Diagnosis
- Different Dx: eg MFPS, RSD, thoracic outlet syndrome, spasticities, etc.
Pre BF therapies
Patient compliance with Medical Tx
Co- Morbidities (very important)
2. Acute pain vs Chronic Pain and acutization
Definitions, Causality Differential Dx
3. Biofeedback and PPP helping to understand the patient make up, as well as the degree of the physical impairment (specific EMG testings may be indicative, eg)
4. Neurofeedback training
When to chose NF vs EMG or TMP BF training, when to combine them?
NF training strategies
Examples: MFPS, RSD, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, headaches, etc.
Electrodes positioning, BW frequencies, when to change or not the modality of training during a session, or during the course of training; how to guide the patient and to monitor the evolution (what should you tell the patient to make him/her more compliant?)
5. Home work assignments:
Patient and therapist may learn how to monitor the pain and the emotions of the patient .and the interrelations between pain and emotions.
The generalization response may also be helped by the use of associated techniques, such as, RR, Mini relaxations, QR, TMP training, BE, etc
6. The Length of the training: depends: on the : patient make up and compliance, pre Tx and on going Tx, correct approach from the BF training standpoint, number of sessions per week, etc.
7. Follow ups! Success of the BF therapy is based on:
A: Patient dependence on other therapies-vs
B: Patient willingness to become self reliant


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