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Brookstone, Thank You! My New Tranquil Moments Sound Therapy System by Connie Bennett Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 02 Oct 2008 3:12pm 1 Comment Living overlooking a busy highway sure can make it tough to fall asleep at times! Although the noise doesn't always bother me -- at times the steady-traffic sound is even lulling -- but I need to admit that maybe the noise is just a convenient reason why I've been burning the midnight oil too often. (Other than the fact that I'm really a ni ... Read on »
Guided Therapy Systems Gets FDA Approval With Ultra Sound Therapies – Interventional Dermatology? by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 26 Dec 2009 8:12pm This is pretty interesting technology from what I am reading here as it appears we may have a new classification of Dermatology on the horizon, an interventional dermatologist.  The reason I make this comment is due to the fact that while treating the skin it is also visible via the ultra sound at the time treatment is given, in other words th ... Read on »
Dementia Caregivers Need To Learn Sound Therapy by Susan L. Patient Expert Posted Mon 10 Nov 2008 4:45pm A recent article by Theresa V. Wilson, Certified Professional Behavioral Analyst, caught my eye because it focused on the need for sound therapy, which balances sound waves in the external environment with the internal sound waves of a human being.    This approach feels right to me as we all know that our busy world tests our limits of extr ... Read on »
SOUND THERAPY FOR SHOULDER PAIN... by Barmac Posted Sun 29 Dec 2013 2:20pm A treatment which is used for kidney stones is now being used to treat shoulder pain. Shockwaves which are high energy sounds waves are often used to break up kidney stones. It is now being prescribed to patients whose chronic shoulder pain has not responded to the usual treatment of pain killers and physiotherapy. It is d ... Read on »
Professional Perspective: Treating PTSD with Vibrational Sounds Therapy by Michele Rosenthal Posted Fri 18 Feb 2011 8:30am I’m always looking for new and innovative ways to treat symptoms of PTSD and find relief. Today’s guest post comes from a source that is out of the norm, and so I asked for an explanation of how vibrational sound therapy could interact with and help lower stress. One of the key factors leading you towards a successful path of PTSD ... Read on »
Sound Therapy ... Church Bells & Trains by Meg W. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 17 Aug 2009 10:35pm 1 Comment When it all boils down to it, it's the small things in life that bring us pleasure. Like certain sounds. I was reminded of this today as I was driving back from grocery shopping. I had my car windows down and my sunroof open as I drove through our town center here in Cape Elizabeth, Maine. I was aware of the church bell ringing out the hour ... Read on »
Sound Therapy vs Listening Program by apraxiamom Posted Sun 28 Feb 2010 2:21pm There comes a time in a parent of a special needs child's life when you would do just about anything to help your child achieve their goals and just make things a tad easier for them. Today is one of those days. No, I am not having a pity party because I refused to attend those. In fact, I throw away the invite before I even open it. Th ... Read on »
Tinnitus hearing loss - Sound Therapy for Tinnitus by beyondtinnitus Posted Fri 25 Feb 2011 10:46am 1 Comment Tinnitus occurs when there is damage to the inner ear says Tinnitus treatment specialist.  Further, the “ringing” that we hear approximates to the region of the inner ear that is damaged.  If the area of the inner ear that detects high pitch sounds is damaged (for example by loud noise exposure, aging, hereditary, or toxic reasons), we hear ... Read on »
Sound therapy - the Tomatis Method by Rossa Forbes Posted Fri 02 Oct 2009 3:05pm "Mozart," I thought, and with the word conjured up the most beloved and the most exalted picture that my inner life contained. In May this year, immediately after his three month stay in hospital, Chris began the Tomatis Method, an auditory training method developed by a Frenchman, Dr. Alfred Tomatis (1920-2001), who theorized that voice and be ... Read on »
Right Now I'm Really Into...Music/Sound Therapy by robin Patient Expert Posted Wed 28 Oct 2009 11:05pm What kind of music are you listening to, and what is it doing for your health? As Dr. Weil says, "Some sounds can harm, and some sounds can heal." Ever since I started on my healing journey I've known that de-stressing and relaxing is so important, which is why I started changing the way I use and listen to music. Many of us listen to p ... Read on »