Music as Medicine

Via American Psychological Association : At its core, music is sound, and sound is rooted in vibration. Led by Lee Bartel, PhD, a music professor at the University of Toronto, several researchers are exploring whether sound vibrations absorbed through the body can help ease the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, fibromyalgia and depression. Known as vibroacoustic therapy,… Read More Music as Medicine

High-intensity sound waves may aid regenerative medicine

Via Science Daily : The University of Washington team had been studying boiling histotripsy — a technique that uses millisecond-long bursts of high-intensity ultrasound waves to break apart tissue — as a method to eliminate cancerous tumors by liquefying them with ultrasound waves. After the sound waves destroy the tumors, the body should eliminate them… Read More High-intensity sound waves may aid regenerative medicine