The use of biofeedback in clinic is a very helpful tool to help retrain the brain body connection. Biofeedback uses visual and auditory feedback to help the brain communicate with the muscles more effectively during an exercise/movement. Biofeedback can be used to try and recruit inhibited muscles or help inhibit/relax overused muscles. If a patient has a hard time firing or using a muscle, the electrode will get placed on that specific group. The device can read the electrical signals from the muscle and that shows up on the ipad. The more the muscle fires, the higher the signals on the ipad. On the contrary, if one is trying to not use a specific muscle, the electrode gets placed on that muscle we are trying to inhibit. The signal on the device will be high initially and the goal is to relax the muscle to decrease the signal on the device. This ensures the appropriate muscle is working at the appropriate time. Please see the video below for an example of someone training their inhibited quad after surgery.