Initially Andrew came to The Davis Center to see if sound-based therapy could enhance his overall wellness. He had known cardiomyopathy and high cholesterol. His family has many members with diabetes so he was told he was at-risk for insulin issues. He had sleep apnea and was being tested for a CPAP machine, which provides an air flow to the sleeper. He also would get ‘muscle burn’ when exercising. And yes, he had begun losing his hair. It was a familial trait so he didn’t expect to be able to change that.
He was 49 years old. His father had died at 54 from a heart attack. He knew he wanted to improve his quality of life and help his health. He decided to try The Davis Model of Sound Intervention™. He had an initial assessment and 3 therapies were suggested to help overall wellness. But one of the therapies addressed his body specific wellness issues.
The science of BioAcoustics™ uses vocal analysis to identify where and how his body isn’t supporting itself with overall wellness energy. BioAcoustics considers the body to be a mathematical matrix of predictable frequency relationships. Every thing in the body emits and receives sound vibration and the body stays balanced when this cycle is stable. When it is not stable, the voice reflects the imbalances. Every thing in the body is in motion and therefore is a vibration. Sometimes these vibrations do not blend with other vibrations within the body and an imbalance occurs. These imbalances for Andrew were related to the symptoms of his known issues.
First, our clients in BioAcoustics provide a voiceprint and the practitioner analyzes the irregular patterns of the voiceprint. Specific frequencies to address these irregular patterns are first tested and then put into a ‘tone box’ that the person uses every day to listen to his needed frequencies. Andrew listened to these general wellness sounds for 3 months.
Sounds are re-interpreted after 3 months. At that time, Andrew asked if we could work on his male pattern baldness. So with the second voiceprint analysis, we created two different sound frequency combinations—one for general wellness and one specific for hair loss issues. He listened to both sound combinations for the next 3 months.
When he returned for the next 3 month analysis (now at 6 months from the start date), he reported he was sleeping better (and he was using the CPAP machine), he had more energy, and his muscles weren’t ‘burning’ anymore with exercise. And he reported his hair was growing in areas where he had lost it before, and he wasn’t losing his hair as much in other areas. We re-administered his sounds again for wellness and kept the same hair loss sounds. He was using both sound combinations one to two times daily. It was at this point that the first photo was taken—6 months after starting his sound protocols.
At the next 3 month analysis (now 9 months from the start date), he was feeling much better all around but his hair was really beginning to grow and his hair seemed healthier and thicker. Other people noticed that he had more hair. He was really excited! He was using his wellness and hair loss sound combinations once daily.
After one year of using BioAcoustics wellness sounds and 9 months of using specific sound combinations for his hair loss, Andrew’s hair was noticeably thicker and stronger. There was more hair and hair was in new areas. Andrew said he could feel the difference in his hair when he put his fingers through his hair. Others reported that he looked younger.
BioAcoustics has made a major change in Andrew’s life! He also used the other sound-based therapies initially suggested during the year, but it was BioAcoustics that made the change with his male pattern baldness. The last picture was taken 9 months after the first picture.
Can BioAcoustics help everyone with male pattern baldness? BioAcoustics works on the body’s imbalances and all sound combinations are individualized. More individual cases working on hair regrowth must be attempted. Sound-based therapies do not cure, treat, or mitigate any medical disease and should not be substituted for medical practices but sound vibrational energy may hold a place for people to make change with learning, development and wellness challenges in the future. Male pattern baldness is only one of those many challenges. For more information about the possibilities of sound-based therapy, visit http://www.thedaviscenter.com
About the Author:
Dorinne Davis is President of The Davis Center, Succasunna, NJ. Dorinne S. Davis, MA, CCC-A, FAAA, RCTC, BARA, is the President/Founder of The Davis Center, Succasunna, NJ. She is the author of 4 books: Sound Bodies through Sound Therapy® (hailed as the primer for all sound therapies), Every Day A Miracle: Success Stories with Sound Therapy® (16 heartwarming stories of sound therapy successes), Otitis Media: Coping With The Effects In The Classroom (A teacher’s compendium of classroom activities and responses), and A Parent’s Guide to Middle Ear Infections (An informational book for parents). She has written chapters in numerous other books. She has demonstrated the scientific principles behind the Voice-Ear-Brain Connection in The Davis Addendum™ to The Tomatis Effect, and established The Tree of Sound Enhancement Therapy® from which her Diagnostic Evaluation for Therapy Protocol (DETP®) provides the correct administration of any sound-based therapy. Ms. Davis is credentialed in 20 different sound-based therapies and her background as an audiologist, educator and sound therapist provides the foundation to The Davis Center’s unique Total Person approach, called The Davis Model of Sound Intervention™. The Davis Center is considered the world’s premier sound therapy center and Ms. Davis is recognized as the world’s leading sound-based therapist. She has worked with thousands of people, young and old, learning challenged and normal, making change with their response to sound using sound-based therapies. Her work going forward bridges the gap between sound healing and sound-based therapy with the introduction of a new concept called ‘Ototoning’ and her patented device called the “Ototoner”. Websites discussing her work are www.DorinneDavis.com and www.thedaviscenter.com.