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Research Fields in Detail



Psychovegetative Syndrome

Reducing Irritability

Reducing Sleep Disorders

Reduction of Cortisol

Reduction of Cortisol

Improvement of the
Mental State

Epilepsy Treatment

Activation of
Anti-Oxidising Processes

Reduction of
Sleep Disorders


Epileptic Seizures

Reducing Stress

Sleep Disorders

Normalisation of Sleep


Improvement of Sleep

Vacuum Aspiration

Psychosomatic Status

Reducing Sleep Disorders

Pregnant Women

Release of Stress

Normalisation of
Mental Functions

Reduction of
Psycho-Emotional Stress

Calming of the Fetus



Reduction of the Stress Hormone Cortisol after Gynecological Surgery

Under investigation were 28 women who re­ceived a fibromyom surgery on the uterus. Coming into the hospital the level of cortisol varied between 840 and 1400 nmol / l (on av­er­age 995), thus being very high as can be seen in the chart.

Medical Resonance Therapy Music® Group

14 women were treated with Medical Reso­nance Therapy Music® 2-3 times before sur­gery and for twelve days after surgery, 1-2 times per day, each time for 30-60 minutes in addition to a conventional treatment with an­ti­bi­ot­ics, vitamin preparations, anodynes and a disintoxication therapy as well as a physio­ther­apy.
In difference to the control group these women did not receive sedative drugs before and after surgery.

Before surgery

By treating the women before operation with Medical Resonance Therapy Music® cortisol level sank by 39% – more than four times as much as in the medication group.

After surgery

At the end of the postoperative treatment, which means at the 10th-12th day, the cortisol content in blood was reduced by factor 2,4 (60%), in the control group this factor was 1,7 (41%) compared to the initial level.
Control Group

In this group 14 women received the con­ven­tional treatment only, not listening to Medical Resonance Therapy Music®. Before surgery they received sedative drugs and after sur­gery they received the conventional treat­ment. In difference to the experimental group the women here were treated also with seda­tive drugs after surgery in order to treat their sleep disorders.

Before surgery

The treatment with the conventional sedative drugs lowered the cortisol level too, but only by 9,2%.

After surgery

At the end of the postoperative treatment, which means at the 10th-12th day, the cortisol content in blood was reduced by factor 1,7 (41%) compared to the initial level.



Prof. Dr. med. G. Gerassimowitsch
Prof. Dr. med. Walentina Sidorenko
Dr. med. Anna Kuptschina
Dr. med. Tatjana Teterkina
Dr. med. Sergej Korotkow