We all know that there are many serious medical procedures both elective and non-elective. People ask me all the time if the headphones can be used for situations other than surgery. The answer is a resounding “Yes!”
There are so many medical procedure performed every day, procedure that are serious but don’t involve cutting into the body with knives or lasers. Some of these procedures are things like kidney dialysis, chemotherapy and radiation, colonoscopy and diagnostic procedures such as MRI’s and CT scans. Then there are the elective procedures that often are found in the cosmetic surgery realm: liposuction, botox injections, and lifts of all kinds to various parts of the body.
Whether your surgery is mandatory or elective, music can help to relax you and calm you and enable you to use less pain medication and less anesthesia. All of this translates to a safer procedure and a faster recover and return to life. Of course dental procedures such as root canals, crowns, and implants would definitely benefits from using your headphones to help muffle the sound of the dreaded drill.
No matter what the procedure, using music through headphones will make it easier and less painful.