It is an effective method of intervention in neurological patients. The first investigations began in 1987 and involved patients with Parkinson. Studies on the LSVT © LOUD continued for about 20 years providing many results at improving intonation, intensity and voice quality in patients with Parkinson’s disease.
Most recent surveys show positive results in cases of impaired articulation, reduced facial expression and swallowing disorders, as well as in patients with multiple sclerosis syndrome Down syndrome, cerebral palsy and patients following stroke.
The healing process lasts one month, frequency of sessions 4 times a week and sufficient feedback from exercises done in the patient’s environment.