music therapy

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When should music therapy be started? And why? Loewy and Mondanaro on aspects of music psychotherapy and how they work with other clinicians and caregivers.

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A myriad of medical conditions are accompanied by depression. Somatic pain is frequent in major depression and is found in 50% to 90% of depressed patients. Assessing pain accurately and, most particularly, knowing the trauma history and acknowledging its impact on functionality, may provide key...

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Percussion and the power of release oriented therapy hasn’t changed since ancient times. Drumming can release tension associated with pain. Andrew Rossetti, of the Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center’s Louis Armstrong Center for Music & Medicine explains…

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Newswise — Music is a viable alternative to sedative medications in reducing patient anxiety prior to an anesthesia procedure, according to a Penn Medicine study published today in the journal Regional Anesthesia & Pain Medicine.

A peripheral nerve block procedure is a type of regional anesthesia...

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Our Louis Armstrong therapists have worked closely alongside doctors and nurses. Of course, we have something to prove with music interventions, but you can’t really prove the efficacy of any medical intervention unless you’re alongside the medical team. Our team has had the advantage of working...

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The benefits of music therapy for pain have been explored for many years at PAINWeek. Now researchers from University of Utah Health report that augmenting pain medication with music may offer an effective complementary modality for pain treatment. Working with mouse models, the research team...

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