Posts Tagged ‘music therapy’

How Music Can Help Physical Therapy Students

Posted on April 24th, 2019 by Tera Tuten

Studies have shown for years that music helps students to learn and improve their memory. Many teachers are now using music within their classrooms to help their students. Music in general helps kids to feel more relaxed, they are able to concentrate more, and their performance goes up. Physical therapists are also expanding on the use of music within their therapy sessions with students.

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Can Music Therapy Help Kids with Cancer?

Posted on February 10th, 2014 by ProCare Therapy


The teenage years are a difficult time for most children. Now imagine a cancer diagnosis that takes you away from your peers, may keep you out of your classes, and is physically changing who you are. This is the reality for an increasing number of teens. While they must go through medical testing and procedures that hope to be life saving, they experience pain, depression, and other symptoms that are difficult to cope with.

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