Biofeedback Therapy For Raynaud’s Disease Symptoms

Everyone has felt the discomfort associated with cold hands. But for individuals with Raynaud’s Disease, cold weather and/or stress can cause blood vessels to constrict, leading to coldness, numbness, color change, throbbing and swelling of extremities including fingers and toes. Biofeedback has been shown to be highly effective in treating Raynaud’s Disease. Research by members of the

2010-10-03T09:35:44-04:00August 30th, 2010|In The News|Comments Off on Biofeedback Therapy For Raynaud’s Disease Symptoms

First Raynaud’s Education/Support Day Elicits Exchange of Information & Ideas

Attendees of the first Raynaud’s Education & Support Day, held July 31 at the Sheraton Boston Hotel, learned how therapies such as acupuncture, massage, biofeedback and yoga can prevent or minimize Raynaud’s attacks; that “healing foods” such as avocados can boost the body’s defenses against disease; and how to guard against stressors that can trigger

2010-10-03T09:37:09-04:00August 21st, 2010|In The News|Comments Off on First Raynaud’s Education/Support Day Elicits Exchange of Information & Ideas