Vibroacoustic Therapy

An Exercise Therapy

Vibroacoustic Therapy


Vibroacoustic therapy (VAT) was developed in the 1980s by Olav Skill, a Norwegian therapist. Operating on the concept that sound can have healing properties, a specialized chair equipped with speakers and transducers is used to generate sound-induced vibrations. Sound can travel through the human body very efficiently, potentially impacting every cell in the body. These vibrations are tied with music that help with stress reduction, relaxation and meditation while the patient is undergoing the therapy.

According to Skille’s long-term studies, specific sound frequency ranges cause specific effects. For example, frequencies in the range of 40 – 86 Hz are helpful in treating circulatory conditions and asthma. Frequencies as low as 30 Hz are helpful for the treatment of Parkinson’s Disease.

At Hope4Cancer, Vibroacoustic Therapy programs are used as an adjunct healing opportunity to complement our treatment protocols.

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