Table of contents for Music therapy and neurological rehabilitation performing health / edited by David Aldridge.

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1. Looking for the why, how and when, David Aldridge. 
2. Gesture and dialogue: music therapy as praxis aesthetic and embodied hermeneutic, David Aldridge. 
3. Dialogic degenerative diseases and health as a performed aesthetic, David Aldridge. 
4. An overview of therapeutic initiatives when working with patients suffering from dementia, Hanne Mette 
Ridder. 
5. Music therapy in neurorehabilitation with people who have experienced traumatic brain injury: a literature 
review, Simon K. Gilbertson. 
6. Encounter with the conscious being of patients in persistent vegetative state, Ansgar Herkenrath. 
7. 'Swing in my brain': active music therapy for people living with multiple sclerosis, Wolfgang Schmid. 
8. A music therapy intervention for patients suffering with chronic aphasia: a controlled study, Monika 
Jungblut. 
9. 'Traditional oriental music therapy' in neurological rehabilitation, Gerhard Tucek. 
10. What are the therapeutic effects of art therapies in the primary treatment of paraplegic patients? A 
qualitative study with 21 patients treated at the Herdecke community hospital, Anke Scheel-Sailer. 
11. Coda, David Aldridge. 
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Music therapy.
Neurobehavioral disorders -- Patients -- Rehabilitation.