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What is Biofeedback?

Biofeedback is simply the use of a machine that measures changes in some of your body's activities and feeds back information to you. Sensors from the machine are placed over muscles or finger tips and pick up signals from your body. Biofeedback (body feedback) comes to you as a sound or visual display which changes as your muscle or nervous system becomes more relaxed. You can use this information to learn how to relax, manage stress, reduce anxiety, and decrease or control pain symptoms.

Biofeedback training can help you take back control of your body. It can also help to improve resistance and recovery from stress. Stress and tension are normal and sometimes a healthy part of daily life. Unfortunately, as tension builds up in your body and is not released through methods such as relaxation or exercise, it can prevent your body from working properly.

You can HELP yourself by learning skills to better manage:

Chronic Pain
High Blood Pressure
Stress Overload
Jaw Pain/TMJ/TMD
Cancer Pain/Nausea/Imagery
Sleep Problems

How does Biofeedback work?

Improving your awareness of muscles and nervous system tension and relaxation is the first goal of Biofeedback training. Information from the biofeedback machine will guide you as you learn to connect increases or decreases in tension with body sensation changes. You will also practice with CD/audio training at home which is designed to improve regulation skills.

Controlling the build-up of muscle or nervous tension during your day and learning to become more deeply relaxed are additional goals of Biofeedback training.

What to Expect

Training takes place in a private office. Sessions are one hour in length, taking place once or twice per week for 4 to 15 sessions based on your specific needs.

Your Biofeedback Therapist has been certified by the Biofeedback Institute of America and has been trained to help you learn to manage your stress, tension, and pain.

Jinny Joy LaRock, RN, BCIAC, Sr. Fellow

I graduated from the University of Iowa in 1968 with a BS degree in Nursing. I hold a license in Nursing issued by the State of Colorado, and have held this license since 1968. In 1976, I trained as a Biofeedback Therapist with Thomas H. Budzynski, Ph.D., a pioneer in the field of Biofeedback. I worked with Dr. Budzynski for 5 years, at Presbyterian Denver Hospital for 5 years, and have been in private practice since 1985.

My biofeedback work has involved significant focus on injury rehabilitaion since1990. I have also assisted patients with management of pain, muscle re-education, sleep, headache, MFPS, TMJ, anxiety, hypertension, dystonia and head injury rehabilitation.

I have served as a Board Member for the Colorado Association of Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback for 7 years and have been an active member of the National Association of Applied Psychophysiological and Biofeedback since 1981. I have been certified by the Biofeedback Certification Institute of America since its inception, and am recognized as a Sr. Fellow.


Biofeedback is a covered benefit for worker’s compensation injuries and many major medical insurance companies. You can learn about your major medical insurance coverage for biofeedback by contacting your insurance carrier. Your insurance company may ask for our billing code and the billing code we use is 90901.


Income sliding scale:
0-$50,000 $50,000 and above
$95 per hour $110.00 per hour
Dependent children are 95.00 per hour

There is an additional charge at the time of the first visit which is $18.95 and covers the training CD which you will use throughout your training.

A $50.00 fee will be charged for a missed appointment or for an appointment cancelled less than 24 hours in advance.

Denver Biofeedback Clinic, Inc.

2100 West Littleton Blvd. Suite 245
Littleton, CO 80120
720-855-6680 phone
303-433-1899 fax

From the North
, take I-25 South to Santa Fe. Go south on Santa Fe to Alamo and turn left onto Alamo (turning into old town Littleton), follow Alamo a few blocks over the railroad tracks and take the first right onto Bemis. Park on Bemis or in the back of the building.

From the South, take I-25 to C470 and exit at Santa Fe. Follow Santa Fe North to Alamo and turn right (turning into old town Littleton), follow Alamo a few blocks over the railroad tracks and take the first right onto Bemis. Park on Bemis or in the back of the building.