Sufi Singer Leads Music Therapy Initiative

by Kathy Jones on  December 15, 2011 at 10:11 PM Indian Health News
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Fortis Hospitals in Noida have launched the city's first music therapy center with acclaimed Sufi singer, Zila Khan heading the initiative.

The Fortis Zila Khan Music Therapy Centre will be open on Saturdays with patients being made to listen to songs sung by Zila Khan and other singers.
 Sufi Singer Leads Music Therapy Initiative
Sufi Singer Leads Music Therapy Initiative

Mrs Khan, who has extensively researched the therapeutic powers of music, said that a number of doctors support music therapy as a good mode of treatment.

Fortis Healthcare (North) director, Sukhmeet Singh Sandhu expressed his confidence that the music therapy center will make a contribution to the overall well being of the people in the region. "We believe that the Fortis Zila Khan Music Therapy Centre will contribute to the overall well being of our patients", he said.

Source: Medindia

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