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Inclusion of dogs in fibromyalgia treatment.
., has research interests in fibromyalgia and inclusion body myositis (IBM).
Presentations focus on subjects such as wellness coaching, clinical hypnosis, health and the indoor environment, fibromyalgia, mind-body interventions, and more.
His research suggests the importance of the autonomic nervous system in chronic disease, and especially central sensitization syndromes such as fibromyalgia.
Such treatments include, but are not limited to: Massage therapy Herbs and dietary supplements Meditation Mind-body strategies Acupuncture Pet therapy and animal-assisted therapy Often, these treatments can help people with cancer, persistent pain, c...
Massage therapy studies Animal-Assisted Therapy The program studies how pet therapy and other forms of animal-assisted therapy can help improve outcomes for patients in the hospital and patients with fibromyalgia.
Additional interests include why and how (physiologically and genetically) these conditions are often associated with gastroesophageal reflux, psychopathology, alterations in gut microflora and extraintestinal disorders, such as chronic cough, asthma...
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Focus areas Current areas of active focus include: Mind-body applications Herbal and dietary supplements Acupuncture Massage therapy Targeted patient populations include those with cancer, heart disease, gastrointestinal disorders, nicotine dependenc...
Osborne's current research involves evaluating the effectiveness of MCBT for intractable pain disorders such as failed back surgery syndrome and fibromyalgia.
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