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No innovation has gained such a fast foothold and recognition among medical experts as the utilisation of the natural laws of harmony.

When one considers that the term Medical Resonance Therapy Music was only coined 10 years ago, and then looks at the present level of documentation on research and developments in this new branch of medicine, and the statements of leading medical experts from many fields, then it is also worth-while examining the causes for such enormous medical success more closely.

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Prof. Dr. med. Gerassimowitsch
The Benefits of
Harmonic Information
in Digital Pharmaceutics

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The application of Medical
Resonance Therapy Music®
for in-patient and
out-patient treatment

Extract from a guest lecture
at the medical faculty
at the University of Magdeburg


Prof. Dr. med.

President of the Belorussian Russian Society
for Gynaecology and Obstetrics and Head
of Department for Gynaecology and Obstetrics
at the Medical University
in Minsk


We medical professionals are united by the desire to help sick people. In order to achieve this noble aim, we not only use medicinal and surgical methods, but also devote ourselves to methods without the use of drugs which have lately become far more widespread.


Music is one of the oldest remedies; it is an old companion to curative treatments. As long ago as 600 years BC, Pythagoras believed that music possessed far greater healing powers than other remedies, emphasising the universality of music in healing of both body and soul. Pythagoras’s claim was substantiated by Aristotle: he claimed that man’s pursuit of beauty was not just a matter of whim, but belonged to the indispensable attributes of human existence.

Ibn Sina did not only study the effects of the music on the sick, but researched every aspect of this phenomenon, including its effect on healthy people. This opened up the possibility of using the music as one of the most powerful preventative remedies against mental illnesses.

Music has a non-specific, stimulating, sympatholytic and sedative effect on the organism (G. Schipulin, Kohler et al). However, Peter Huebner’s music is a new musical phenomenon. The complicated character of the sound, its resonance, and other characteristics probably have a very strong influence on the organism. That is the reason why in the last 6 years, in many countries of the world, Medical Resonance Therapy Music has successfully established itself both as a part of complex treatment and also as an independent method in various medical fields: in neurology, cardiology, pulmonology, pre and post-natal medicine, geriatrics, etc.

For two years, Peter Huebner’s Medical Resonance Therapy Music has been successfully used in several hospitals in Belarus as a curative treatment without drugs: in obstetrics and gynaecology, in cardiology, in paediatrics, in endocrinology, resuscitation, etc. Here, I would like to report on some aspects of using Medical Resonance Therapy Music in obstetrics and gynaecology.


In gynaecology, we have explored this method as the main method in pre-operative preparation for routine myomectomies, and it is in use today.

For comparison there was a control group comprising women who received a sedative during the pre-operative preparations.

“So last year, as a result of using Medical Resonance Therapy Music®, we had no more serious cases of toxaemia, no complications in the post-operative period and a fall in the number of premature births.”

             Prof. Dr. Gerassimowitsch

All women from the first and second group were roughly the same age. In the case of all women, the cortisol level in the blood was determined on the day of admission, the day of the operation and 10-12 days after the operation.

This hormone was measured because it is an indicator for stress situations (in this case, the operation itself gave rise to such a stress situation). As the data collected shows, the cortisol level in both groups is very high at the beginning: 995 nmol/l.

In the Medical Resonance Therapy Music group (in the following often referred to as MRT-Music group), a sharp fall in the level of this hormone (by 39%) was recorded after the music had been used, and this fall can be seen as resulting from the pre-operative preparation using Medical Resonance Therapy Music.

In contrast, the cortisol level in the control group fell only very slightly (by 9.2%). Here, the pre-operative preparation had been carried out using a conventional sedative therapy with drugs.

In the time following the operation, Medical Resonance Therapy Music was included in the first 10-12 days’ treatment of the first group. In the control group conventional treatment methods were applied, that is, without Medical Resonance Therapy Music.

Measurement of the cortisol level on the 12th day following the operation showed a fall by a factor of 2.4 in the MRT-Music group, whilst in the control group it had only fallen by a factor of 1.7. Furthermore, the women in the first group reported, from a subjective point of view, normalisation of their sleep and a marked improvement in mood, their blood pressure became normal and their need for pain relieving medication clearly fell.

Additionally, the number of cases of anaemia in the MRT-Music group was 15% lower than in the control group. This shows us that, during the post-operative period, things went far better for the MRT-Music group than for the control group.

Assessment of the emotional-personal sphere of the patients, carried out with the help of the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Index (MMPI), clearly showed that initial MMPI profiles revealed significant individual differences for the female patients in terms of the norm values – right up to clear psychopathic disorders, where the level of the individual values sometimes reached 90 t-points. In the MRT-Music group, an improvement in the mental state was registered at 88.9%, deterioration at 11.1%. In the control group the corresponding values were 10% and 20%. The entire average MMPI profile after treatment with Medical Resonance Therapy Music never exceeded a reading of 50-55 t-points, which indicates a complete normalisation of the mental functions.

As such, Medical Resonance Therapy Music is a good and effective method without the use of drugs for preparing patients for surgery, as well as being of great assistance in the post-operative phase. It helps to reduce the stress status prior to surgery and ensures far better progress in the post-operative phase.