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What it is

Practitioners of Cymatics often compare the human body to a musical instrument that needs to be re-tuned. The practitioner tunes the body by directing high-frequency sound waves onto the affected area, restoring the body to a harmonious whole. Medical research has found that fractures heal quicker if sound waves are applied to the site of the fracture, and Cymatics is now being used in some orthopaedic centres.

Cymatics overview

Who can Benefit?

Cymatics has been found to be particularly beneficial for people who suffer from back pain, arthritis, bone fracture, rheumatism, forms of paralysis, lumbago and slipped disc. People who are about to have an operation such as hip replacement are often given this therapy as it is believed to aid and accelerate the healing process.

How Does It Work?

The patient may either be treated by means of a hand-held instrument that is known as a sound-wave applicator and is used in similar way as that of a massage vibrator. A warm-water treatment pool may also be used. Sound waves are transmitted in the water and it is believed to greatly enhance the healing effects of the water. Another is special therapeutic music, which incorporates the feelings of well-being.

Researched By Body and Mind.




Author - Body and Mind

Published - 2013-01-19