The Science Behind Vibroacoustic Sound Therapy

Why Vibroacoustics?

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Carey Davidson created Tournesol to provide the best combination of medical and healing arts for optimal health.  While researching the best health  systems and modalities at the top hospitals and clinics in the United States, Carey came upon Vibroacoustics at the Scripps Hospital in San Diego, an award-winning hospital known for its excellence in integrative care.  Carey was curious to learn more about this therapy provided to Scripps patients. 

Through her research, Carey found that there were hundreds of studies demonstrating the efficacy of Vibroacoustics as a therapeutic intervention for various physical and emotional challenges.  These studies noted improvement in several key markers for symptom relief without the use of pharmaceuticals, nor invasive interventions.  She subsequently identified a company that made the equipment and also created customized frequencies to address these individual health challenges and decided to bring Vibroacoustics to New York City.

 

 

Research

Explore for yourself some recent and relevant studies demonstrating the efficacy of Vibroacoustics in healing.  Click on each study to download.

Dong-Heon Kang, Hee-Woong Lim, Won-Young Lee and Yong-Seok Jee (2018). Journal of Biology and Medical Research: Faster Recuperation of Pain and Musculoskeletal System through Vibroacoustic Sound Therapy, Vol. 2, No. 1:5

Marko Punkanen, PhD and Esa Ala-Ruona, Phd (2012). Contemporary Vibroacoustic Therapy: Perspectives on Clinical Practice, Research, and Training.
Music and Medicine, 4(3) 128-135

Chris Boyd-Brewer, Ruth McCaffrey (2004). Vibroacoustic Sound Therapy Improves Pain Management and More.
Holistic Nursing Practice, 18(3): 111 - 118

Lauren King, Qunicy Almeida and Heidi Ahonen (2009).  Short-term effects of vibration therapy on motor impairments in Parkinson's disease.
NeuroRehabilitation, 25 (2009) 297 - 306

Lili Nahgdi MD, Heidi Ahonen PhD, Pasqualino Macario DC, Lee Bartel PhD (2015).  The effect of low-frequency sound stimulation on patients with fibromyalgia: A clinical study.
Pain Research Management, Vol 20 No 1 January/February 2015

Kris Chesky, I. Jon Russell, Yolanda Lopez, George Konsraske (1997).  Fibromyalgia Tender Point Pain:  A Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Pilot Study of Music Vibration Using the Music Vibration Table.
Journal of Musculoskeletal Pain, Vol. 5(3) 1997, 33 - 51

Amy Clements-Cortes, Heidi Ahonen, Michael Evans, Morris Freedman and Lee Bartel (2016).  Short-Term Effects of Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation in Alzheimer's Disease: An Exploratory Pilot Study.
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, 52 (2016) 651 - 660

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