Reducing the Extent of the Disease in
Patients with Psoriasis

Under investigation was the question, in how far Medical Resonance Therapy Music® has an effect on the extent of the illness in patients suffering from psoriasis (psoriasis vulgaris).

For this purpose an experimental group of 20 patients was formed, who in addition to the normal treatment listened to Medical Reso­nance Therapy Music®, as well as a control group with 10 patients who received the con­ven­tional treatment “only“. The patients were between 18 and 60 years of age.

The music treatment was given over a period of 14 days, three times a day (morning, noon, evening) for 30 minutes each. All patients stayed at the hospital and were treated ac­cord­ing to the individual degree of the dis­ease. The different variables as different sick­ness degrees, internal and external me­di­ca­tion as well as already made experiences with other relaxation techniques were kept con­stant over the two groups, this also applied for age and sex.

For therapeutic reasons we could not give up the ongoing treatments with internal and ex­ter­nal medication during the treatment with Medical Resonance Therapy Music®, therefore we made a protocol of using the medications in regard to a specific or general treatment and kept also these variables constant within both groups.
The doctor evaluated the status of the skin and the extent of the illness according to a five step scale before and after the treatment.

The evaluations document that the extent of the illness reduced clearly in both groups: by 65% in the Medical Resonance Therapy Mu­sic® group and by 20% in the control group.

These results confirm that Medical Reso­nance Therapy Music® is a valuable thera­peu­tic tool for psoriasis patients to help reduce the extent of the illness.



Dr. med. Lazaroff
Dr. med. Shimshoni