Monthly Archives: July 2019

  • Case Studies:

    Why NMT should be considered as an option for patients with FND

    By Rebekah Keenan, Neurologic Music Therapist, Chroma Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) occurs due to a problem with the functioning of the nervous system, rather than by a specific physical neurological disease or disorder, and patients with FND can experience a wide range and combination of physical, sensory and/or cognitive symptoms that can be continuous, fluctuate or happen from time to time. Common … MORE

  • Uncategorised:

    Pilot NMT project shows significant improvement in patients with an acquired brain injury

    A pilot Neurologic Music Therapy project undertaken by Chroma, the UK’s leading national provider of arts therapy service, has resulted in significant improvements in the treatment of patients with an acquired brain injury, Exemplar Health Care commissioned the 12-week project at their 80-bed Willowbeck inpatient unit in Sheffield. Service users’ complex needs include those with an acquired brain injury (through accident or … MORE

  • News:

    The wonderful benefits of music therapy group work can have in patient recovery

    By Charlie Flint, neurologic music therapist at Chroma Therapies Chroma is currently spearheading a 9-month pilot project at Charing Cross hospital to evidence the efficacy of music therapy in an acute stroke setting. Lead by a team of occupational, physio, music, and speech and language therapists, the delivery of music therapy has, so far, been enthusiastically received by patients, staff, and family … MORE