Stroke therapy music

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Avatar f tn // Music a 'mega-vitamin' for the brain Listening to music in the early stages after a stroke can improve patients' recovery, according to new research published online in the medical journal Brain February 20,2008. Kenny Rogers Music Second to None at Healing Stroke Victims More research on music listening for the early part of stroke recovery. http://www.prefixmag.
1821865 tn?1317522031 My friend family take her home after doctors told them there are nothing they can do for he, when she was in veg state, with all the loves from family and friends and all the help they can get. She had acupuncture therapy, physical therapy, speed therapy, and friends come to talk, read play music, joking, and pray for her. after 5 year she now can eat, talk slowly and learning walking now. So please do your best for your mom , and God bless you and your mom.
Avatar f tn My father had a massive stroke 4 months ago. He is still paralyzed on the right side and his speech is affected. He is getting more words out that we understand. My question is about his cognition. He is unable to follow commands and if we show him what to do he still does not do it. (ie - touch your nose.) Is there a chance this will get better on it's own? Is there anything we can be doing for him to help this improve?
675718 tn?1530033033 I am listening to music, it's soothing to hear anything in my ears other than the voices i hear. i listen to classic rock and it's like therapy-helps me unwind and concentrate.
675718 tn?1530033033 I am listening to music, it's soothing to hear anything in my ears other than the voices i hear. i listen to classic rock and it's like therapy-helps me unwind and concentrate.
Avatar m tn Witnesses have described "Shak Stroke therapy" as a miracle therapy, In the majority of cases has given full mobility to Stroke survivor Victims, sometimes within minutes even after they have been imobilised for years. Go to You Tube and type in Shak Stroke Therapy and see the speed some people have recovered. in many cases the following has occurred... Limbs have gained full mobility in minutes. speech has vastly improved in minutes. balance back in minutes.
Avatar f tn Ask your therapists for therapies that do not require physical movement like mental imagery, mirror-box therapy, thermal therapy,music therapy, passive movement. If they do not know of these they are way behind in keeping up with research. Good luck.
Avatar f tn I have been praying using reiki healing, auric therapy. I found music therapy that I play for her 3 hours a day. She has pulmonary and physical therapy 3 times a day. She is breathing through a tracheostomy and eating through a gastric tube in her belly..sometimes it looks like she is swallowing saliva but I don't know if it is going to her belly or her lungs.. :S Is there anything else I can be doing? And does anyone know of anyone who has come out a coma after this long?
Avatar f tn // Mirror-box therapy Rehabilitation of hemiparesis after stroke with a mirror Altschuler EL, Wisdom SB, Stone L, Foster C, Galasko D, Llewellyn DME, Ramachandran V The Lancet - Vol. 353, Issue 9169, 12 June 1999, Pages 2035-2036 You can register for this magazine and see the complete article. Mental imagery for promoting relearning for people after stroke: A randomized controlled trial1 , *1 .
Avatar n tn You ask about recovery, my opinion is that it's possible. my research is in the effects of sound waves on the human body. Also the attention you receive is vital for recovery. Being on the internet it's too difficult to explain in writing. But may i suggest that you obtain various types of music or chants, such as Native American, that is to your liking.
Avatar n tn HYPERBARIC OXYGEN THERAPY...according to research, they say it has helped alot of stroke patients....Are you aware of this thearpy and do you recommend it for stroke patients...I really would like your opinion on this. Thank you!!
Avatar f tn I have been doing physical therapy and occupational therapy before I got out of the hospital in March 2010 and continued afterwards. I have also been doing strength training at the gym 3 to 4 days a week as well. The general concensus was that the stroke was brought on by my battle with terminal breast cancer for 2 years. I was declared cancer-free two weeks before the stroke occurred. I'm beginning to wonder if I can recover from this disasterous event and get my life back.
Avatar n tn My mother in law had a stroke three weeks ago. She went through therapy at the hospital and is now in outpatient therapy, but for some reason she's not getting cognitive therapy in outpatient visits. We see this as her biggest challenge, even the nurses in the hospital thought so. Her motor skills are improving, and she is doing her home exercises (when we make her) but are there exercises to do at home to improve memory and cognitive skills.
Avatar n tn my mom had a stroke 3 weeks ago and has been moved to rehab. She is sleeping alot and can't open her eyelids....
Avatar n tn And i dont know what other treatment or rehabilitation aside from PT, does Speech language therapy work? Please share me those who has same experience..thank you..
Avatar f tn I understand each stroke and stroke patient is different, but what could we expect in relation to time of recovery and how much recovery should we realistically expect? Any advice or experiences shared would be appreciated.
Avatar m tn Does this mean no one has hearde of this therapy being used for stroke? There is a hybebaric oxygen facility in one hospital and there are two private facilities in my state that do this.
Avatar m tn that is a testament to your love and support to him and all who love him too. Oh, Music helped my mom. Music got her to move her arms and feet! Maybe try that for your boyfriend....
Avatar f tn s, I had what I now feel was a stroke, although my doctor diagnosed it as anxiety and prescribed librium. He was deemed one of the top internists in the area. The symptoms included waking up with rapid heartbeat follewed by slurred speech, inability to make sense of or play music, reading a paragraph over and over again without retaining its meaning, insomnia, and the right side of my face was numb. It was nearly 3 months before the symptoms resolved themselves.