|Republic of Belarus|
|The Unborn Child|
|Special Care Baby Unit|
|Social Medical Significance|
|Headaches and Migraine|
as a Modern Medication
|Intensive Care Unit|
|MRT Music / Function|
|Digtal Stress Management|
|American Institute of Stress|
|World Health Organisation|
Stress Management Programmes
Medical Music Preparations
Prof. Dr. med.
Medical University Minsk, Belarus
reporting at the XIV International Congress on The Foetus as a
Patient & Foetal Cardiology
The congress Foetus as a Patient & Foetal Cardiology is the leading international scien-tific and medical congress for the health of the unborn child.
Over 1,000 medical experts from all over the world gynaeco-logists, cardiologists, and surgeons meet annually in a different country in order to present the latest research findings and advances in the medical treatment of the unborn child. Focus points of the event include the diagnostics of foetal health problems and the possibilities for their treatment.
Dr. Sidorenkos contribution was one of 10 contributions to the conference which had been selected for the section on treatment, and made, at the same time, an outstanding contribution to the theme of the successful prevention of problems during pregnancy.
would like to begin by thanking Professor Van Geijn (Congress President, publishers
note) for inviting me to present the results of our research on the effects
of Medical Resonance Therapy Music on pregnancy and on the foetus. I would
particularly also like to thank the developer of Medical Resonance Therapy
Music, the classical composer and musicologist Peter Huebner, for his help
and cooperation with these studies, which have opened up new possibilities
in the medical treatment of pregnancy problems. Before I begin with my report,
I would like to mention that all questions on the very specialised musical
structure of Medical Resonance Therapy Music are best directed to the composer
himself all those interested can obtain his office address from me
at the end
of my talk.
The relationship between mother and child prior to birth is of great significance for the physical and psycho-spiritual health of the foetus. Everything the pregnant mother experiences her child experiences too.
Dr. med. Walentina Sidorenko
The effects of Medical Resonance
Therapy Music® on the unborn child
of Prof. Dr. med. Walentina Sidorenko on the
XIV International Congress
The Fetus as a Patient & Fetal Cardiology
Congress Centrum RAI, Amsterdam
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 documen-tation 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.
|MEDICAL RESONANCE THERAPY MUSIC®|
|Pregnancy & Birth|
|On the basis of the objective scientific research and the clinical observations this programme was designed for women in pregnancy and labour|
|additional CD No. 1|
|additional CD No. 2|
For the growing
child, the mother represents the first and original universe, its living
source of raw materials; the mother is its co-ordinating point and connecting
point to the outside world.
Since ancient times music structured according to the natural laws of harmony has been recognised as an important medicament; it is an old companion to the doctor in his art of healing.
Long before our times, the renowned Greek physician, scientist, philosopher and musician Pythagoras considered that music created according to the natural laws of harmony was superior to all other medication and therapeutic possibilities he valued and nurtured it as a universal media for treating body, mind and soul.
Peter Huebners Medical Resonance Therapy Music (in the following often abbreviated as MRT-Music) follows the natural laws of harmony as they are present in the microcosm of music, and today it represents a new, promising phenomenon in modern medicine. During the last 4 years we have carried out diverse studies on the effects of this medical music, and used it successfully, both in the prevention of illness and in the treatment of sick expectant mothers.