Biofeedback therapists typically spend much of their time working one-on-one with patients. As with most health care practices, they may work in any number of environments, from solo private practices to larger medical centers or corporate complexes. Their responsibilities run the gamut from one-on-one patient visits to collaborative efforts with physicians and diagnosticians tackling difficult cases. Therapists primarily work in an office, although future biofeedback practitioners may begin making house calls on a regular basis.
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