March 2, 2010 – Schaumburg, IL- Parkinson’s Disease; a disease without a cure. While researchers are hard at work searching for a cure, those living with the disease are seeking relief from the symptoms. The symptoms are typically controlled by drugs, exercise and physical therapy.
NexNeuro has joined with Suzanne Jonas, Ed.D, a licensed Behavioral Medicine Psychotherapist and Sound Therapist who has been practicing music medicine, sound therapy and energy medicine for over 25 years, to create a series of kinesthetic audio CD’s to assist the mindbody in healthful and healing changes through specific sound frequencies.
Vibroacoustics stimulates the muscles, increases blood flow and moves fluid throughout the body. A combination of technologies utilizes passive brain stimulation through vibration therapy, triggers the “Relaxation Response” in the body naturally, without prescription drugs. This results in decreased muscle tension, a lowered heart rate and blood pressure, a deeper breathing pattern, calming of the stomach, and a peaceful, pleasant mood.
Patients with Parkinson’s Disease (PD) have reported increased mobility, relief from aching/twitching muscles, increased mobility, heightened state of mental awareness, peaceful night’s sleep, improved speech and most importantly a regained “Sense of Hope”.
Now, PD patients have an alternative. Modern science is only now beginning to recognize what the ancient mystics and wise men have told us for centuries: all matter in the universe (including you) is in a constant state of vibration. Sound is a vibration you can hear. Everything has an optimum range of vibration, and that rate is called resonance. When we are in resonance, we are in balance. One way to use sound to heal the body is to recognize that every organ, and every cell, absorbs and emits sound, and has a particular optimum resonate frequency.
Kinesthetic audio is a sometimes non-audible sensory experience, using currently developed technology to produce a sensory experience through vibroacoustic devices. The sound vibrations are highly specific frequencies which are channeled through low frequency tactile transducers. Delivery of the low frequency audio signals is controlled by Rest Audio software to control specific tones and frequencies, location of signal, duration of signal, intensity and choreograph patterns and sequences to accomplish specific results like diminishing pain or symptoms of PD.