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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

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

Brain Optimization with Sound Therapy

Research on sounds that stimulate the brain Jim Millburn embarked on a course of Sound Therapy after reading how it could bring about a number of improvements to brain function generally. He said that after four weeks of listening he […]
April 14, 2014 | Brain

Cold Ears Let in Infections

Winter is a time of flu’s, colds, sore throats and earaches. Living in Australia, we are now at the dead of winter, about to witness the turning of the year in about a week’s time. Colds, ear aches, and infections […]
June 11, 2013 | Colds and infections

Auditory Deprivation – Why Treat Hearing Loss Early

When most people are faced with the fact that they may be losing their hearing, they will  often opt for denial. This is partly because hearing loss is usually very gradual, so you adapt to it and don’t realise it’s […]
April 23, 2013 | Auditory deprivation

Dystonia and Sound Therapy

I recently saw a segment on the ABC about Dystonia being treated with magnetic brain stimulation. This was presented as a new, experimental therapy which may help the condition. Dystonia is “a movement disorder that causes the muscles to contract […]
February 12, 2013 | Dystonia

Sound Therapy Corporate Video

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February 6, 2013 | General

New study finds Sound Therapy reduces stress

Today most people are exposed to levels of stress which affect wellbeing and long term health. Concerns such as the economy, climate change and daily survival affect us all. Added to these are events like bushfires, drought, floods, and then […]
January 15, 2013 | Ear muscles

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Neuroplasticity and Sound Therapy

PTSD, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, was originally known as “shell shock”, and is one of the most common disorders among returning veterans. The condition of PTSD can occur in anyone who has suffered a high degree of trauma, and this […]
December 18, 2012 | General

“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