• provoke symptoms & learn to control them
• test out pain control techniques
• practice frustration tolerance
• learn how to problem solve on the fly
• build confidence & resilience
"Rusty Lozano is outstanding in multiple ways : connecting, listening, teaching, explaining, demonstrating biofeedback technique, patience, compassion, willing-ness to engage the patient and the spouse as well."
"Rusty Lozano has made such a positive impact on my everyday life."
"THIS. STUFF. WORKS."
"While waiting to be seen, he spoke with you for 10 minutes and poof! the headache was gone. We were able to leave the hospital without ever having seen a doctor."
"Savannah’s first visit to CBBT was 4/18. Within 11 minutes of beginning the assessment and working with you on the therapy technique, her headache was completely gone. It was the first relief outside of her hospital stays that she had experienced since her headaches began at the end of February."
"On Sophie’s 35th straight day of suffering from the post-concussive headache, Monday, November 9, 2009, Sophie met with Mr. Lozano. Within the 50 minute appointment time, Rusty helped Sophie stop her headache pain without the use of any drugs."
"After doing her initial biofeedback evaluation, you were able to relieve her headache within 10 minutes-!! Unbelievable, but she confirmed it."
"Rusty is INCREDIBLE! My Son is suffering from eye and facial spasms and after having been with Rusty less than a week, he is feeling there is a light at the end of the tunnel. "
"what I can describe as nothing short of a MIRACLE, Everette was able to relieve his headache within for the first 15 minutes of our visit. "
"The MAYO CLINIC recommended us to Rusty from New York! "
"We were referred to Rusty Lozano by our pain management team at Children’s and were told that he gets “amazing results”."
"She was able to take some steps for the first time in almost two months. I will always remember her looking at me with big tears in her eyes “mom, I am so happy”. I believe that was the first time she had hope that she would be able to walk again."