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The Sound Barrier

It’s refreshing to see journalists in the Weekend Australian article “The Sound Barrier” addressing the question of why we are letting our musicians go deaf for a living. So often this horrifying truth is blatantly ignored! The article advocates musicians […]
March 5, 2018 | Noise

The mysteries of blocked ear and subtle muscle functions

The mysteries of blocked ear and subtle muscle function This morning I spoke to a client who had had tinnitus for 5 weeks. She had also had a blocked nose and a build-up of phlegm for the same period of […]
January 25, 2018 | Colds and infections

A hearing aid is only as good as your ear

Are you reluctant to get a hearing aid? Are you sick of your partner and friends telling you that you are going deaf? Have you heard people say they got a hearing aid and it didn’t work for them? Don’t […]
February 27, 2017 | Ear Research

Tomatis, the Irrepressible Pioneer

The International Tinnitus Seminar held in Freemantle in 2001 saw three hundred tinnitus researchers from around the world exchanging results and discussing the latest theories on dealing with this baffling condition. (ringing in the ears.) The conference passed the resolution […]
October 13, 2016 | Sound Therapy

Bundle of joy or bundle of nerves?

A new mother, ooh-ah! Everyone gathers round cooing and chattering, wanting to hold the little bundle of joy. But it’s hard for Mum to appreciate their enthusiasm when she has had a total of six hours of sleep in the […]
June 12, 2015 | Depression

Your Ear is One of the Most Powerful and Delicate Organs You Have

How to Care for Your Ear’s Health By Rafaele Joudry Innovative doctors are making radical new discoveries about the resilience of the ear and its vital role in our overall health. Dr. Paul Yanick Jr is a world authority on […]
December 11, 2014 | Brain

The National Year of Reading and Indigenous Literacy

Indigenous literacy is a crucial issue in creating future opportunities for indigenous children. In this national year of reading, 2012 events are being held around the country to help encourage literacy. This initiative is so important as nearly half the […]
June 25, 2012 | children

Doctors of Audiology embrace Sound Therapy

In early November 2011 Rafaele Joudry and Helen Walden, the Directors of Sound Therapy International, attended the annual conference for the Academy of Doctors of Audiology in Bonita Springs Florida. This event is attended by the leading practitioners and decision […]
December 19, 2011 | General

Sound Therapy – now with superior sound delivery

Most of us have heard of digital compression, but what does it really mean? And why is <strong>Sound Therapy</strong> so much better? Digital Compression Digital compression is mainly performed in the frequency domain. In compressed sound a few samples of […]
March 11, 2011 | BBE Process

“The greatest journey in my life had been to help many thousans of people to improve their ear and brain health through the use of Sound Therapy”

Rafaele Joudry
Founder and Author