As with many aspects of rehabilitation or mental health practices, patients benefit from collaborative care. The right team can make a difference to patient outcomes and health care costs. Though there are more and more medical professionals obtaining certification in biofeedback, many still enjoy the freedom to focus on their strengths and refer to biofeedback practitioners. Biofeedback providers are trained in psychophysiological assessments and treatment (such as EMG, HRV, or EEG) and can collaborate with you, providing valuable care for your patient’s health.
Consulting with a board certified biofeedback provider helps ensure that patient’s receive the highest quality care to integrate in their health management options.
The type of biofeedback and its providers are specific to the presenting problems. Learning when and how to refer to the right source is vital to offering the best possible care for your patients.