Vibroacoustic therapy reduces depression symptoms
40Hz may positively effect damaged brain cells
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Dynamic library of studies, research videos of Vibroacoustic Therapy (VAT)=
or PhysioAcoustic Therapy(\(\(Finland)
Effects of Vibroacoustic Therapy on Elderly Nursing Home Residents with Depression
Music and Vibroacoustic Stimulation in People with Rett Syndrome –
A Neurophysiological Study
low sound frequency for elderly
people with disabilities
Vibroacoustic & Rett Syndrome
Physical Therapy together with Vibroacoustic therapy in treating children with CP
Effects of Vibrotactile Stimulation on the Control of Muscle Tone and Movement Facilitation in Children with Cerebral Injury
Under the personal guidance and supervision of Olav Skille, together with Step One Foundation for Child & Youth Welfare , Mr Anjan K. Basu was conducting a research project on" Effectiveness of Vibro-Acoustic Therapy in India" at the Step One center. Olav Skille visited Kolkata and supervised setting up the unit using locally available equipment, and initiating the research. In the first part of the video Olav Skille explains the basic components of a VAT system. He is then guiding a medical doctor and the mother of a child with Cerebral Palsy how to use VAT in improving motor functions in the child.
"The incorporation of vibroacoustic therapy into my massage practice has widened my client base. In addition to what most people see me for - muscle aches/soreness, stress reduction, injury and limited range of motion, VAT has given me the opportunity to treat people with chronic conditions such as MS, COPD, Migraines, Parkinson, post-Stroke, and other neurological conditions. VAT helps people manage symptoms, giving them more control of their own healing processes, thereby improving quality of life."
-Karina Yanku, LMT
New York, NY
Effects of a low-frequency sound wave therapy programme on functional capacity, blood circulation and bone metabolism in frail old men and women.