Dr. Diane Schneider has provided harp vibration therapy for over 10 years in Mayo Health System and other hospitals, nursing homes, and clinics. She currently serves as a Visiting Scientist with the Palliative Medicine Consultative Service at Mayo Clinic, Jacksonvillle, where she uses harp vibrations in sequenced and rhythmic protocol to address symptoms of critically ill patients, transplant patients, and those at end of life. Dr. Schneider and colleagues are engaged in publishing research on this topic.
Harp vibration therapy is a gentle, whole-body music intervention designed to address specific symptoms, and may have calming, deeply relaxing, stabilizing, or mildly stimulating effects. It is effective as an adjunct to medical treatment, and is particularly well-received by even non-compliant patients. This therapy is normally administered in a 40-45 minute session while a person is sitting or reclining, fully clothed, and is perceived as restful and enjoyable.
This work addresses symptoms of anxiety; high blood pressure; stress, muscle tension, and chronic disease; sleeplessness or agitation; depression; grief process; and conditions with known emotional components such as digestive disorders, auto-immune diseases, PTSD, and eating disorders. Patients in rehabilitation, addiction recovery, or with Alzheimers or Parkinsons have also benefited Please call Dr. Schneider at 859-919-0082 for information, or regarding patients you may wish to refer.