With the addition of our new “patient” model headphones, we are beginning to get calls from around the country from hospitals, pain clinics, surgery centers, and dental centers. We’ve finally found a great headphone that is able to hold our patented and proven playlist and is quite affordable for these centers to GIVE to each patient. That way there is absolutely no concern about spreading bacteria between patients, and patients can continue to heal after their surgery to the same music that soothed them before and during their procedure.
After spending many hours in hospital waiting rooms I’ve experienced that high level anxiety that permeates the atmosphere of most of the patients. Just one week ago I was at a large hospitals waiting room downtown here in Louisville, KY and it was very obvious that they were understaffed and not well-prepared for the number of sick patients that crowded into every available chair. After being called back into an examining room, the anxiety was still quite palpable and even behind the closed door, I could hear loud conversations from both nurses and patients. There were even patients lying in the hallways and every interaction was quite public.
Imagine if this was you, and someone brought you a set of lightweight headphones with beautiful, calming soothing music to put on while you wait? My family member, of course, had some because I always keep some with me for demonstrations. It was really a huge relief for her because the noise level was so high and also the anxiety hung heavy in the air. Between conversation and examinations, she was actually able to sleep and tune out the noisy hallways and even the noisy nurses station.
If you are interested in getting our headphones into your local hospital or dental center, surgery center, pain center, or any medical facility, just get in touch with me through www.SurgicalSerenitySolutions.com and we’ll be happy to prepare an estimate for you. The research is there. Calm, soothing music makes a huge difference in reducing pain and anxiety in the surgical/dental setting.