Sound Therapies For Relief From Chronic Pain | History of Sound Therapy

by Last updated Mar 30, 2024 | Published on Mar 30, 2024

[00:00] Introduction to sound therapy and its scientific foundation.
[00:14] Dr. Alfred Tomatis’s pioneering work in sound therapy.
[01:07] Dyslexia and autism as sound processing disorders.
[02:16] Tomatis’s methods using modified music for neurological issues.
[03:42] Impact of mother’s voice on emotional regulation.
[05:19] Case study of Paul Madaal’s transformation with sound therapy.
[06:42] Ron Minson’s adoption of sound therapy for his dyslexic daughter.
[08:06] Success of sound therapy in treating dyslexia and depression.
[11:29] Collaboration between Ron Minson and Dr. Steven Porges.
[12:51] Overview of Dr. Porges’s Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP).
[15:08] Integration of bone conduction in sound therapy.
[17:23] Focus System’s expansion on SSP with sensory integration.
[18:31] Personal experience and benefits of sound therapy.
[19:11] Holistic approach of sound therapy for neuroplasticity and regulation.
[20:09] Polyvagal Theory and the role of sound in regulating the nervous system.
[21:21] Importance of body response to sounds, affecting psychological state and focus.
[22:04] Significance of mother’s voice in nurturing and regulating stress levels.
[22:33] Role of the vagus nerve in bidirectional communication between brain and body.
[23:30] Impact of sounds on vagal response and the importance of complementary practices for regulation.
[24:00] Enhancement of sound perception leading to better regulation and utilization of resources.


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