Cerebella stroke music therapy

@Rups have you read this?

Rhythmic exercises as tools for rehabilitation following cerebellar stroke: A case study integrating music therapy and physiotherapy techniques

[Rhythmic exercises as tools for rehabilitation following cerebellar stroke: A case study integrating music therapy and physiotherapy techniques]

(https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/08098131.2022.2026452)

Indeed I have, I posted it here :grinning: :joy: I am rather keen on sound as a rerouting aide through rehabilitation. How are things in your world at the moment?

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@Rups ha ha I think I saved it to read later so it must have come from you. Thanks. I’m careful with noise but certain tones I can tolerate.

It’s snowing again and very cold. How about your area? Did you get in your greenhouse or garden today?

Please don’t stop sending me any interesting links you may come across regarding, in particular cerebellar, stroke. It’s a tad chilly here but no snow or ice. Rain though. I didn’t get out much today, except to let the pigs out and feed them. A few days ago, I planted a Black Mulberry in the orchard. My eldest son is coming to stay, so I have been concentrating much of my efforts with tidying up and cleaning. Symptoms continue to restrict my overall ability to navigate my way around tasks with any sense of ease. I have been indulging in what I call therapy soaks each evening which is a bath but not a cleansing bath. Lavender, eucalyptus, tea tree oil and Epsom salts. I light some candles, burn some incense, and listen to music from the Middle Ages. It’s a fine way to shut the rest of the world out for an hour.

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@Rups I will if I read anything else about cerebellar. I think your doing great and you’re always busy, I’m sorry you’re restricted due to the conditions this dam stroke has inflicted on you.

The bath, music, eucalyptus and lavender sounds bliss. I’ve tried it before to just have a calming half hour using lavender and a minty candle but my cat scratches at the blooming door to get in :joy::joy:. This puts me on edge so I let her in and she sits watching me on the window ledge flicking her paw at the bubbles. I’m sure she will fall in one of these days.

You’re lucky no snow yet. I think we are having more tonight. It’s -5 at the minute in our village probably drop a few more degrees tonight so it’s freezing :cold_face: keep going my kindest wishes Loraine

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