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Neurofeedback is a novel neuromodulatory therapy in which people are given real-time feedback on their brain neurophysiological signals in order to gain more volitional control over their brain activity. As chronic pain has been linked to abnormal central processing of ascending pain signals, such a biofeedback platform can be used to increase an individual's pain resilience. Neurofeedback can be provided based on an individual's EEG or functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) recordings. Neurofeedback can aid in pain control by altering connectivity between brain regions, resulting in long-term changes in neuronal networks that can counteract the changes caused by chronic pain. This on a regular basis would also improve the efficacy of the therapy, and patients may be able to use neurofeedback in addition to or instead of commonly used pharmacological agents, which have significant adverse effect profiles. Cadabams provide neurofeedback therapy for chronic pain by professionals with great expertise in the subject.

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Is neurofeedback useful for pain management?

Neurofeedback can help with pain control by changing the connectivity between brain regions, causing long-term changes in neuronal networks that can counteract the changes caused by chronic pain.

What is the rate of success for neurofeedback?

The success rate for neurofeedback for certain conditions is commonly quoted by clinicians and in published scientific research as 75%-80%.