Prof. Dr. med. Ray H. Rosenman Clinical cardiologist (Assoc. Chief., Dept. of Medicine, Mount Zion Hospital and Medical Center of UCSF, San Francisco),
Director of Cardiovascular Research at SRI Intl. in Menlo Park, CA. SRI is the former Stanford Research Institute
In a letter to Peter Hübner he writes:
“You will recall that, after the Hawaiian meeting last November, you were kind enough to send me a large supply of music CDs 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 (Assoc. Chief., Dept. of Medicine, Mount Zion Hospital and Medical Center of UCSF, San Francisco), but also a researcher who was Director of Cardiovascular Research at SRI Intl. 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 Dr. Hübner’s system.
I therefore 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.