In recent years AudioTherapy has become increasingly widespread in clinical practice and is used in treatment and rehabilitation activities by specialists. Scientific research applying of AudioTherapy is conducted by scientists from all over the world: Russia, the USA, Germany, Scotland, etc.
AudioTherapy is used in complex treatment of cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, neurological, nephrological and mental diseases, in treatment of psychosomatic disorders and developmental disorders.
Also, in recent years scientists have a significantly increased interest in AudioTherapy as an alternative pain medication. So, scientists from the Glasgow Caledonian University conducted a survey of effects on chronic pain by listening to music, which revealed a positive effect. Patients experienced a reduction in pain due to distraction and relaxation. Scientists from First Pavlov Saint-Petersburg State Medical University, as part of a study of the effect of AudioTherapy on the perception of chronic pain in patients with stage 5 CKD, treated with hemodialysis, also revealed a positive trend in patients' condition when using AudioTherapy in relation to the perception of pain.