Chronic Pain and Sound Therapy
Finally a way of achieving relief from chronic pain by stimulating the neural pathways to normalise the receptors in the brain.
Living with chronic pain is draining, debilitating and can make life very difficult to navigate. It can dominate your attention, drain your energy and restrict your ability to do many of the things you love.
Chronic pain can occur because there is an injury or disease in the body that needs attention. The best solution is obviously to find the cause of the disease or injury and treat it, if possible. But pain can become chronic for another reason. Chronic pain specialists, ask the question, “why does the pain continue long after the injury has healed?”
The answer seems to lie in the fact that all our body parts are constantly sending signals to the brain along our nerve pathways. However, when a body part, say a foot, is injured, that foot stops sending those messages that were letting the brain know, “yes, I’m here, I have five toes, I’m bearing weight, I’m OK” etc.
“After 16 years of almost constant phantom pain due to amputation of my right leg from a car accident, I feel I have now found an answer. When I got my Sound Therapy I had some response almost at once,...”
Dr. Kathleen Langstaff, Naramata, BC, Canada - Read More
When those familiar messages cease, the brain assumes the foot has been injured or there is something wrong, so it creates another signal, a distress signal, called “pain.” In the healing process, if the foot does not regain full function, if there is scarring, or nerves have been severed, or the nerves in the pain system are also injured, the normal signals never resume, so it is possible that the pain signal will continue on and on.
Pain and neuroplasticity
Chronic pain can be due to neuroplasticity. This means the brain has changed its structure and its way of communicating pain messages, so these messages have become continuous, even after the injury has healed. However, neuroplasticity (the ability of the brain to change) can also lead to healing from chronic pain.
“For about 12 years I have had problems with my feet which were caused by breaking both my heel bones in a fall off a scaffold. Since then I had almost nightly problems with burning and a nervous sort ...”
Don Clark, Builder - Read More
Sound Therapy and how it affects chronic pain
Sound is a direct and easy way to stimulate the brain. Sound Therapy uses highly filtered classical music with augmented high frequencies to produce global brain reactivation. It has been observed that this regular stimulation, which reconnects many parts of the brain, seems to provide the necessary signal so the brain can let go of its repetitive chronic pain signal. Those with chronic pain from old injuries or phantom pain from amputation have sometimes achieved complete relief through Sound Therapy. In addition Sound Therapy helps to relieve stress and improve sleep, so at the very least makes living with a condition like chronic pain seem more bearable.
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After 26 years in the Sound Therapy field, we really understand how debilitating chronic pain can be and what it means to live with this conditions. Every week we hear from our listeners thanking us for the relief they have found. Listeners have reported remarkable and permanent recovery from their chronic pain, even including phantom pain, simply by listening to Sound Therapy.
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