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John G. Arena, Ph.D.

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Lead Psychologist Veterans Administration Medical Center in Augusta, Georgia, President, Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback

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The use of EMG biofeedback for the treatment of chronic tension headache. (3110 views) Headache is the most common pain complaint(11) and the most frequent medical problem seen in medical clinics(7). Most experts(3) believe that the majority of headaches are muscle tension-type. Although nearly all of the headache literature treats biofeedback and relaxation therapy as separate interventions, most clinicians combine both procedures when treating their tension headache patients.

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