A stroke (or apoplexy) can lead to various neurological symptoms. Most rehabilitation clinics have music therapy in their therapeutic offer. There are a number of effective methods.
The best researched method is Gait training with music (Rhythmic-auditory stimulation). Clinical trials (see news) were able to show that stroke patients benefit more and faster from musical gait training than from other procedures.
Either a metronome is used or special Training music. Clinics that offer music therapy can be found in our MT Finder (currently under construction).
Also Arm and hand training can be optimized by music therapy methods. Easy-to-use musical instruments are used. The movements during playing are modified and individually adjusted so that they support the motor rehabilitation goal. This technique has also been clinically tested.
The incapability of one visual side, the so-called neglect, can also be treated with music therapy. The musical neglect training is suitable for this - also a technique of Neurological Music Therapy.