... the taste of pudding lies in eating ...
Prof. Dr. med. Ray Rosenman
who developed the concept of Type A Behaviour in cardiology:
Dear Mr. Huebner,
You will recall that, after the International Stress Congress in Hawaii last November, you were kind enough to send me a large supply of music CDs the intensive music preparation program “Pain” of Medical Resonance Therapy Music and a superb set of earphones, in order to try your methodology for my rather severe osteoarthritis of the cervical vertebral area and also involving the lumbar area.
I am a clinical cardiologist (Associate Chief, Department of Medicine, Mount Zion Hospital and Medical Centre of UCSF, San Francisco), but also a researcher, who was Director of Cardiovascular Research at SRI International in Menlo Park, CA. SRI is the former Stanford Research Institute. With this background, as well as having a hobby of classical music, I would admit to having considerable doubts about the claims of benefit from your system.
I tried the system for an initial period of about 6 weeks, then stopped for two weeks, and then repeated it. Although I don’t expect that it would “cure” osteoarthritis, I can certainly attest to the unexpected, significant symptomatic benefit that the system provides.
The results have converted me from a doubter to a believer and a strong supporter of your recommendations. I continue to use the system daily, albeit at reduced audition lengths, but with sustained marked decrease of overall pain and with persistent further symptomatic benefit for hours after audition times.
I am grateful for your help and pleased to attest to the above in any way that would be of help to your efforts.
Ray Rosenman, MD