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Other Clinical Indications

Artificial Hip Joint:

The most common symptoms following hip replacement are unsteady walking pattern, anxiety during walking, slowliness and impaired symmetry. These problems can be effectively treated with RAS gait training.


Cerebral Palsy (CP):

The term cerebral palsy (CP) describes impairments of the developing brain in its essential phases of development (before, during and shortly after birth). Possible consequences of the CP can be malfunctioning of language, cognition, perception and motor function. In the context of motor function often an increased muscle tone (spasticity), altered posture and movement patterns as welll as problems in the gait and hand motor functions occur.

Each CP is different in its features. Accordingly an individualized treatment concept is essential. An effective therapeutic approach for children with CP is realised by the systematic collaboration of different therapeutic professions.

Multiple Sclerosis:

Due to its multisensoric and holistic approach music therapy can act as an accompanying psychotherapy. Furthermore cognitive and sensorimotor symptomes can be treated.

Dystonia:

With different syndromes of muscular dystonia music therapy can be helpful primarily in the training of motoric functions. During making music or moving to music physiological movement patterns can be prepared and activated. In the therapy with dystonia besides the sensorimotor als behavioral interventions and techniques of relaxation are applied.

Psychogenetic / Dissociative Movement Disorder:

In music therapy movement, emotionality and psychological insides are uniquely linked and can be focussed on symptoms. That's why music therapy can be very beneficial for patients with psychogenetic or dissociative movement disorder. The new music experiences can stimulate new movement experiences and thus step by step help to differentiate self perception. Through these development and intrapsychological work the movement symptoms can be sustainably influenced.