2.1 Basic Knowledge: What is Sound Therapy?
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Basic Knowledge: What is Sound Therapy
This section will take you through the initial questions that many people will ask, so that you can begin introducing the program to your clients with confidence.
You will learn how to:
- Describe Sound Therapy generally
- Position it in relation to other modalities
- Address questions about price
- Discuss the relevance of Sound Therapy for the majority of people living today’s lifestyle
- 4.1.1 Anatomy of the Ear
- 4.1.2 What does the Ear Drum do?
- 4.1.3 What is the Middle Ear?
- 4.1.4 What is the Eustachian Tube?
- 4.1.5 What does the Middle Ear do?
- 4.1.6 What does the Hammer Muscle do?
- 4.1.7 What does the Stirrup Muscle do?
- 4.1.8 What is the Inner Ear?
- 4.1.9 What does the Inner Ear do?
- 4.1.10 What do the Semi-circular Canals do?
- 4.1.11 What is the Organ of Corti?
- 4.1.12 What is the impact of Sound Therapy on ear function according to Dr Tomatis?
- 4.1.13 What later discoveries have added to this knowledge?
- 8.1 What are the Three Laws of Tomatis?
- 8.2 The Six Elements of Ear and Brain Performance.
- 8.3 Ear-brain Feedback System
- 8.4 What is the Importance of Neural Plasticity?
- 8.5 Why is Right Ear Dominance Important?
- 8.6 What is the Role of the Middle Ear Muscles?
- 8.7 How does Sound Therapy Affect the Right and Left Brain Hemispheres?
- 8.8 How can Sound Therapy SYNERGY help so many different conditions?
- 8.9 Theory: Panel Discussion Summary Video
- Quiz – 8 Theory