Parkinson’s disease is the world’s second most common neurodegenerative disorder.
2 out of every 1,000 people will have Parkinson’s at some point in their life.
Most patients are diagnosed after the age of 60 but the disease is detected in 1 in 10 people before turning 50.
Parkinson’s is found in every country of the world.
It is still an incurable disease.
Rehabilitation treatments improve the well-being of patients.
Using music as therapy began in the USA in the 1950s. Now it is being used around the world.
Music stimulates the brain, improves state of mind, and helps with coordination of movements.
Music therapy has been scientifically tested as a support therapy which improves patients’ emotions and movements.
There is currently no similar market application, which improves the physical and emotional health of the patient at the same time.
It is personalized for each patient based on their sonorous-musical history and mood of moment, which allow them to generate short music itineraries and achieve small goals of progressive complexity.
Users improve cognitive and motor processes with an app that can be used freely or as a complement to on-site therapies.