I've included just a sampling of the hundreds of studies that I share with my students in the Certified Vibroacoustic Therapy Practitioner Course.
If you are interested in learning more about the course, or would like to know if there is research for your particular condition, malady, or disease, please set an appointment to have a free 30 minute consultation. Click on the link below to access my calendar. Be sure to put in the subject line: VAT consultation.
This is an excellent (although lengthy) review paper on the value of vibroacoustic therapy for dementia and cognitive decline.
"In this scoping review, we found studies reporting that low frequency sinusoidal sound and mechanical vibration interventions may increase EEG activation and cognitive function as well as alertness and arousal and that these interventions may decrease deviant motor behaviours and the impact on those supporting people with dementia."
Of course there is always a need for more and better research, but since VAT has virtually no chance of creating negative side effects, it is a safe therapy to improve mood and help reduce anxiety and depression. Since these are serious contributors to developing dementia, and are often first signs of cognitive decline, it is definitely a good therapy to use as soon as possible. CLICK HERE for the full study.
Vibroacoustic Therapy has been shown to help improve brain function.
Long-Suffering Client Gets Relief
This is a case study by Kate Kunkel who treated a client who suffered for years with trigeminal neuralgia. A fantastic example of the power of VAT.