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Patty Carlson's Numeric Language of Music program presents the medical and brain research industry with the means to "decompose" music to the point of effective clinical study to support scientifically valid clinical interventions. Collaborative scientific, medical and brain research study of the Numeric Language of Music as an effective treatment of Dementia, Alzheimer's, Dyscalculia, Autism, and all additional applications is available to all medical professionals through a limited licensing agreement. For further information, contact our office at info@pianologic.com.                                                                                                           
Is the Numeric Language of Music the innate, inherent and remedial language of the brain? Can learning simple numeric sequences using the piano/keyboard as demonstrated in Patty Carlson's Numeric Language of Music Course access the mind accelerating the brain's remedial and cognitive abilities?  Is it possible for people to be healed from learning simple numeric sequences using the piano keyboard as taught in Patty Carlson's Numeric Language of Music Course?  YES!!! Consider the following information.

On May 28th, 2012, CNN published an article by Elizabeth Landau titled: "Music: It's in your head, changing your brain".  The article reports "There's also some evidence to suggest that music can help Alzheimer's patients remember things better and that learning new skills such as musical instruments might even stave off dementia.  There still needs to be more research in these areas to confirm, but Dr. Limb (Johns Hopkins) is hopeful about the prospect of musical engagement as a way to prevent, or at least delay, dementia.  "That's a pretty amazing thing that from sound, you can stimulate the entire brain," Limb says. "If you think about dementia as the opposite trend, of the brain atrophying, I think there's a lot of basis to it."

Scientific study of the relationship between music and the brain has proven the study of music increases the grey matter of the brain, directly associated with human intelligence.  The research, however, was predominantly conducted from the use of conventional music education curriculum as a means to learn how to play a musical instrument.

The result of the study of conventional music education curriculum to increase reading or math mental abilities in students is minimal.  Regardless of the years students have studied conventional music education curriculum in public schools, from kindergarten through high school, America's students are failing in math, reading and science.

On April 8th, 2012, Suzanne McCarron of Exxon Mobil posted the following on their website: 
"The United States is known for its history of innovation and technological leadership – from transportation to medicine to personal and mobile computing.  Looking back, it’s hardly a coincidence that for many years, American students were among the top performers when it came to math and science.  While the importance of these fundamental fields of study has not waivered, U.S. proficiency in them has. U.S. students ranked 25th in math and 17th in science in the most recent international testing."

Investigative research by Ms. Carlson using the Numeric Language of Music program was conducted in everyday people's lives.  Here are some of the reports for you to consider.

Adam Williams entered the Development Case Study program at age 6.  Adams mother, Tracy, mentioned that his teacher was very insistant, almost angry, at how bad Adam's handwriting was, the abosolute worst in his class.  During the study of the Numeric Language of Music Course, Adam had no additional training in academic study or handwriting.  The following year, the new teacher said Adam's handwriting was the best in his class, perfect. She couldn't believe how beautiful it was, especially for a boy.  In addition, Adam's reading skills advanced from a 1st grade level to a 5th grade, 3rd month level.  Adam's math scores advanced to 98% in national testing. WATCH INTERVIEW

During the study of the Numeric Language of Music program, changes in Adam's handwriting, reading and math occurred without additional training.  Ms. Carlson suggests the possibility Adam experienced an emotional trauma from the severe criticism of his handwriting.  Adam's rapid and remarkable change in his handwriting skills, without any additional training, suggests Adam's brain performed at an extraordinary level of remedial capacity responding to the study of the Numeric Language of Music.

Ms. Carlson suggests "The Numeric Language of Music is the key to the relationship between music and the brain." 

Sharon, age 13, began the study of the Numeric Language of Music Course in May, 2011.  Sharon had been failing math prior to beginning the music program.  In the fall, 2011, Sharon said she did not want to hear the teacher announce her grade in class.  The teacher asked why, since she had a B. 

Stephanie, age 13, began the study of the Numeric Language of Music Course.  According to her mom, Stephanie was having a very difficult time in math performing at a D- level.  In the fall of 2011, Stephanie told her mom she did not want to talk with the math teacher at the parent teacher conference.  Her mom told her she had to.  The teacher asked Dalia and Stephanie what Stephanie had studied or what changes had she made during the summer.  Stephanie had a 98% on her math scores.   WATCH INTERVIEW

Ms. Carlson observed a very important point regarding both Sharon and Stephanie's increased ability in math.  Neither girl had any idea they had answered the questions correctly on their math tests, implying their brain had advanced in a cognitive capacity to perform the mathematical calculations.  This study further supports the Numeric Language of Music Course accelerates the brain's response to function in a greater cognitive capacity. 

The concept of the Numeric Language of Music as the inherent innate language of the brain is further considered during the observation of this program and the effect with special needs children. WATCH INTERVIEW
                                                                                                                Recently, a 30 year old woman told Ms. Carlson she had trouble with math since she was 8 years old. The woman was very concerned she would not be able to pass the math tests necessary to complete her home courses because she could not do the algebra.  She studied everything required, but every time she tried to answer the algebra problems, her answers were all wrong.  Even with her daughter trying to help her, she could not understand math.

Starting the basic course with Ms. Carlson was really just something she got tremendous pleasure from.  Shortly afterwards, however, she had a remarkable experience.  Working on the tests which she had to complete, and not paying a lot of attention to what she was doing, she finished one of the books and put it aside.  The cover of the book was face down.  Trying to remember which course she had just finished, she turned the book over and was shocked to see it was her algebra course.  She took the test to her daughter to check.  Her daughter was so surprised.  All of the answers were correct.

One of the comments the woman made when she told the story to Ms. Carlson seemed of the utmost importance to the research Ms. Carlson was conducting.  The woman said she felt like her brain had relaxed.  It was so easy, she didn't realize she had been working on algebra.

Renowned Scientists now suggest the study of a musical instrument may thwart or completely cure dementia.  Compare the rapid acceleration of cognitive and remedial changes reported by everyday people from the study of Patty Carlson's Numeric Language of Music Course with the results produced using conventional music education curriculum.  Students are failing math, reading and science across America.  The statistics clearly reflect conventional music education courses have little to no effect on increasing students academic performance, especially in math and reading. 

Preliminary research results from Patty Carlson's Numeric Language of Music Course strongly indicate this program presents the greatest opportunity to increase and accelerate remedial functions of the brain.

Ms. Carlson is optimistic the acceleration of the remedial capacity of the brain from the study of the Numeric Language of Music is not limited to a specific illness.  Documented research results suggest the remedial response of the brain from the study of the Numeric Language of Music would be specific to the individual.

Even more remarkable, the system is so easy to learn, it has been successful with children with special needs.  The program is not age restrictive.  Older people suffering from any ailment have an opportunity to try this program as a possible remedy.  

Patty Carlson's Numeric Language of Music Course is non-invasive, delivers immediate fluent performance ability across the entire piano keyboard, is easy to learn, fun, and very relaxing! 

Changes observed in the development case study program most often occurred in a three to six month period of time.  Occassionally the changes were immediate.

DISCLAIMER: Patty Carlson, Patricia Carlson Enterprises, PianoLogic.com and all associates make no promises of successful remedial healing or increased mental abilities from the study of Patty Carlson's Products.  All interviews presented were candid.  No one was paid for any participation or for any endorsement of this program.