Improvement of Neurotransmission Speed of the
Optic Nerve in Multiple Sclerosis Patients
The therapy program was composed of 4 thera­peu­tic blocks of 6 days each. In these 6 days the patients were treated with 19 different com­po­si­tions of Medical Resonance Therapy Mu­sic® in a specific sequence.

Three treatments per day were given in­di­vidu­ally in the room (morning, noon, and evening) and two treatments per day in the group (be­fore lunch and afternoon) Therapy time per day was 4-5 hours.

The whole program of 4 blocks was taken by 3 MS-patients (Mr A, 41 years old, de­vel­op­ment of MS in attacks with partly remissions; Mrs B, 52 years old, slow chronically pro­gress­ing form of MS; Mrs C, 36 years old, de­vel­op­ment of MS in attacks with partly re­mis­sions).

As clinical parameter visually evoked po­ten­tials were recorded before starting with the treatment, after 2 and after 4 therapy blocks. These recordings documented an improved speed of neurotransmission, in the peak value by 27 milliseconds.

14 other patients took part for 2 therapy blocks only. Even if their data were not evaluated in detail for this study their general development was along the same lines.




















The results in detail:



Mr A


before starting with MRT-Music® treatment
right eye 171 MSec, left eye 122 MSec

after 2 therapy blocks
right eye 163 MSec, left eye 121 MSec

after 4 therapy blocks
right eye 144 MSec, left eye 116 MSec



Mrs B


before starting with MRT-Music® treatment
right eye 124 MSec, left eye 115 MSecs

after 2 therapy blocks
right eye 124 MSec, left eye 115 MSec

after 4 therapy blocks
right eye 121 MSec, left eye 114 MSec



Mrs C


before starting with MRT-Music® treatment
right eye 134 MSec, left eye 128 MSec

after 2 therapy blocks
right eye 133 MSec, left eye 126 MSec

after 4 therapy blocks
right eye 132 MSec, left eye 127 MSec




 

Investigator:

Dr. med. Mihr






We would like to state that the objective scientific research studies were conducted with the Compact-Discs.