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Brain Tales: Fibromyalgia and Neurofeedback

Posted Sep 13 2008 1:33am

In my "Brain Tales" section, I thought I would take the opportunity to share real stories about how neurofeedback feels or how it impacted someone's life.

These won't be written by my clients, as my professional regulatory body won't let me (or them) do that, but they will be a mix of properly privatized"case studies" and stories others want to share.

The premier Brain Tale is by a business coach I met in a listserv I belong to. Lyle was never my client (what a commute that would have been -- Alberta to Ontario! ;-), but someone I encouraged to explore neurofeedback to help with his fibromyalgia.

Did it? Well, I'll let him tell the Tale!

(For those who may not know much about fibromyalgia, it is a chronic pain condition. People suffer from musculoskeletal pain, fatigue, and multiple tender "pressure points" , especially in the neck, spine, shoulders, and hips. In addition to the pain, they may also experience sleep disturbances, extreme fatigue, morning stiffness, irritable bowel syndrome, anxiety, and the list goes on.... I'll give you some links for more information after you've heard Lyle's Tale...)

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