Alzheimer's Disease

We have developed a personalized and standardized non-pharmacological treatment for Alzheimer's disease.

An effective treatment for Alzheimer's disease with no side effects.

Alzheimer's disease is a complex neurodegenerative pathology that causes psycho-behavioral and cognitive disorders during its course. More than 35 million people worldwide are affected by Alzheimer's disease, with more than 7 million new cases each year. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the number of patients is expected to double every 20 years.
Today only a few drug treatments can slow down the development of this disease, but they generate serious side effects. Music therapy has proved its effectiveness during numerous clinical studies conducted with people suffering from Alzheimer's disease.
MUSIC CARE© has published the results of its first randomized controlled studies on behavioral disorders and the burden experienced by caregivers. Reductions of over 50% in anxiety and depression were observed during these studies.
Guétin S, Portet F, Picot M.C, et al. Effect of Music Therapy on Anxiety and Depression in Patients with Alzheimer’s Type Dementia: Randomised, Controlled Study. Dement Geriatr Cogn Disord. 2009;28(1):36-46

The MUSIC CARE© Protocol

The app helps assess pain, adjusts the time of the session, treats the pain and evaluates its effectiveness. MUSIC CARE© is performed by professionally trained medical personnel.
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    Step 1
    Patient is in a calm environment.
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    Step 2
    Musical preference questionary.
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    Step 3
    Pre-Evaluating pain levels.
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    Step 4
    Music Care treatment.
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    Step 5
    Post-Evaluation report reactions.
The dosage recommended by MUSIC CARE© to treat pain is 20-30 minutes per session, unless otherwise specified by a licensed medical professional.
To achieve an effective treatment of pain, two sessions a day of MUSIC CARE© treatment are recommended, for 60 days..

Scientific Publications

The effectiveness of MUSIC CARE© has been demonstrated by controlled and randomized clinical studies performed since 1999. The validated results have been published in highly respected medical journals.
  • Alzheimer's Studies
  • Effect of music therapy on anxiety and depression in patients with Alzheimer's type dementia: a controlled, randomized trial
  • Effects of standardized musical intervention on refusal of care and aggression during toileting in people with institutionalized neurocognitive disorders: a controlled, randomized trial
  • An overview of the use of music therapy in the context of Alzheimer's disease: a report of a French expert group
  • Combining ICT-based assesment and nonpharmacologic stimulation approaches for the management of frail or cognitively impaired elderly individuals at home: a feasibility study
  • Assessment of the use of music therapy with nursing home residents: a feasibility study
  • Usefulness of music therapy among patients hospitalized in convalescent and rehabilitation units for the elderly: a feasibility study
  • Relax: sensory and virtual immersion to reduce the anxiety of patients consulting for the firsdt time in nice memory center: a feasibility study
  • Impact of music therapy on anxiety and depression for patients with Alzheimer's disease and on the burden felt by the main caregiver: a feasibility study

Patients are relieved both in terms of physical pain and psychological.

MUSIC CARE© is welcomed by its patients & care givers. The majority of the patients receiving the treatment requested for at home treatment for pain management.
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MUSIC CARE© is used to treat pain in the following medical fields:

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