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Music Therapy or Music Medicine: Revisited

March 1st, 2015 · No Comments · Genres of healing music, Music in the Hospital, Music Medicine, Rhythmic Entrainment

Tweet Music therapy and music medicine are not the same, although many people use them interchangeably.   The medical/wellness/nursing community almost always are believers in the power of music to help people feel better, get motivated, calm their anxiety and more.  However, in modern times, the field of music therapy has become organized, codified, created […]

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Music with Surgery: Does it really make a difference?

September 3rd, 2012 · 1 Comment · Dangers of anesthesia, Music and Surgery, Music Healing, Rhythmic Entrainment

Tweet Are you thinking of using music with surgery?  I understand healthy skepticism.  It’s a good thing.  No one wants to be a” sucker” and the medical/field is no exception to fads and scams.  When people used to mention the use of music during dental visits or childbirth or surgery, I was skeptical.  As a […]

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Why does entrainment work during surgery?

September 14th, 2009 · No Comments · Music and Exercise, Music and Surgery, Music in the Hospital, Rhythmic Entrainment

Tweet Entrainment is the main reason that music during surgery works! In the process of entrainment, your bodies natural rhythms such as heart-rate and breathing, automatically synchronize with the pulse of music. In an everyday example, when you hear strongly rhythmic music such as high-energy disco music, rock-and-roll, or a Sousa march, you automatically start tapping […]

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Why use music during surgery?

January 13th, 2009 · 1 Comment · Dangers of anesthesia, Music and Surgery, Rhythmic Entrainment, Vibrational and Sound Healing

Tweet Why use music during surgery? The concept of using music for pain relief is ancient. People have literally been doing this for thousands of years. The concept of using music during surgery is a little bit newer. For 30 years or more, surgeons have been taking their own music into surgery, but for some […]

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