Indications

Anxiety & Depression

We developed a personalized and standardized non-pharmacological treatment to fight anxiety & depression effectively.

Medically proven to drop anxiety & depression by up to 53%.

The use of psychotropic drugs to treat anxiety and depression is a major public health problem. The use of these drugs are not without risk. Nervous system disorders such as somnolence, coma, convulsions, and amnesia are known side effects. Next come psychiatric affections, which are mainly manifested by confusional states especially among the elderly.
Controlled clinical studies have shown that MUSIC CARE© significantly reduces anxiety and depression in various indications such as oncology, rheumatology, neurology, chronic pain.
In a randomized controlled study among patients receiving MUSIC CARE© twice per day, an average of 50% of these patients reported to no longer be taking anti-anxiety drugs and antidepressants compared to 25% in the controlled group.
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Guétin S, Kong A Siou D, Guldner E, et al. The effects of music intervention in the management of chronic pain: a single-blind, randomized, controlled trial. Clinical Journal of Pain 2012; 28: 329–337

The Music Care Protocol

The app helps assess pain, adjusts the time of the session, treats the pain and evaluates its effectiveness. MUSIC CARE© is performed by professionally trained medical personnel.
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    Step 1
    Patient is in a calm environment.
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    Step 2
    Musical preference questionary.
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    Step 3
    Pre-Evaluating pain levels.
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    Step 4
    MUSIC CARE© treatment.
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    Step 5
    Post-Evaluation report reactions.
Dosage
The recommended 'U Sequence' by MUSIC CARE© treatment dosage for anxiety is 20-30 minutes per session unless mentioned otherwise by a licensed medical professional.
Frequency
It is required to use the treatment at least two sessions per day for 60 days for the treatment to be effective.

Scientific Publications

The effectiveness of MUSIC CARE© has been demonstrated by controlled and randomized clinical studies performed since 1999. The validated results have been published in highly respected medical journals.
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Science
  • Anxiety & Depression
    Department
    Reference
  • Effect of music therapy on anxiety and depression in patients with Alzheimer's type dementia: randomised: a controlled study
    Neurology
  • Interest of music therapy sessions vs physiotherapy sessions by radar in pain patients treated in functional rehabilitation and rheumatology: a controlled, randomized trial
    Rheumatology
  • Impact of music on anxiety among patients undergoing eye surgery under topical anaesthesia: a controlled, randomized trial
    Ophthalmology
  • Effect of a musical intervention on tolerance and efficacy of non-invasive ventilation in the ICU: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial
    ICU
  • A patient-controlled, smartphone-based music intervention to reduce pain—A multi-center observational study of patients with chronic pain
    Pain Center
  • Effects of musicotherapy on chronic rheumatoid back pain: Preliminary study of 40 patients
    Rheumatology
  • Effects of music therapy on chronic pain of fibromyalgic patients in thermal station: a feasibility study
    Rheumatology
  • Effects of music therapy on the chronic pain experienced by patients undergoing spa therapy: A multicentre study (n = 1151)
    Rheumatology
  • The effect of music therapy on mood and anxiety-depression: an observational study in institutionalised patients with traumatic brain injury.
    Rehabilitation
  • Usefulness of music therapy among patients hospitalized in convalescent and rehabilitation units for the elderly: a feasibility study
    Rehabilitation
  • Smartphone-based Music listening to reduce pain and anxiety before coronarography: A focus on sex differences: a feasibility study
    Pain center
  • Effects of music therapy on pain and anxiety in treating cancer patients: a feasibility study
    Oncologie
  • Evaluation of music therapy on stress and burnout in caregivers: a feasibility study
    Occupational
  • Personalized receptive music therapy in a protocol of painful gestures in obstetrics: amniocentesis: a feasibility pilot study
    Obstetrics
  • Assessment and standardisation of a new music therapy technique in the management of pain: The “U-based” system: a literature review
    Neurology
Preview

Patients are relieved both in terms of physical pain and psychological.

MUSIC CARE© is welcomed by its patients & care givers. The majority of the patients receiving the treatment requested for at home treatment for pain management.
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MUSIC CARE© is used to treat pain in the following medical fields: