“Healing with Music for Your Health and Surgery”
Do you have fear of surgery or medical procedures?
Are you worried about the complications from surgery or medical procedures?
Would you like to know how you can recover and heal faster so that you can go home and function with less medications?
Do you know the difference between music therapy and music medicine?
Do you know that rhythmic entertainment can help promote healing?
LEARN HOW YOU CAN
Use LESS anesthesia, so you’ll stay relaxed throughout the procedure and recover faster.
Need LESS medication prior to surgery because the comforting music has taken your mind off of the scary “what-ifs”.
Have LESS pain medication in the recovery room because the soft, soothing “Surgical Serenity” music is distracting you from pain and keeping you from tensing up.
Experience LESS anxiety during surgery because you don’t hear the unpleasant and unnerving sounds and conversations.
LEAVE the hospital sooner because having had less meds, you’ll recover faster and be discharged sooner.
FASTER recovery so you can return to work sooner or get back to your life and your family!
Briefly learn about holistic approaches for your surgical support and health and healing.
Dr. Alice Cash is one of the world’s few clinical musicologists. Based in Louisville, Kentucky, USA, she brings to her work over 40 years of professional experience as a college professor, clinical therapist, solo and chamber music performer and composer. Creator of the Surgical Serenity Headset used by leading hospitals in the U.S. and other countries. Connect with Dr. Cash:
Vivien Joy Lamadrid, is a registered nurse with almost 20 years of bedside nursing from emergency room, critical care, and recovery room etc. She embraces holistic nursing philosophy as a recovery room nurse and a surgical support nurse coach. She is also a Healing Touch Certified Practitioner (Energy Medicine Practitioner) at the Center for Integrative Medicine at Weiss.
Visit Vivien Joy at www.Journeysforwellness.com
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