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Effects of EMG Biofeedback training have been compared with cognitive training in many studies with both having comparable outcomes and were superior to a waitlist control group (Vlaeyen, 1995). Moreover, Biofeedback has been clinically demonstrated to persist even at a 6-month follow-up and had the strongest effect on many aspects of pain (Flor and Birbaumer, 1993).