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"I think the method is a fun and very good rehabilitation technique. It activates both the left and right hemispheres of the brain. I am enthusiastic for a number of reasons: on the one hand you are physically active and on the other hand you practice on a very purposeful way, so that it meets many criteria of a good method of rehabilitation. It is also fun, patients enjoy it and that sets it apart from most other forms of therapy..." 

Dr Peter Eriksson MD, 

professor of neurobiology at the University of Gothenburg on RGM.


"With his method, Ronnie Gardiner was one of the first to use movement, music and rhythm as a form of treatment for neurological disorders. He has made a pioneering contribution. Participants have become fitter, more confident and have laid the foundation for successful rehabilitation . " 

Professor Michael Nilsson, 

Neurology and Rehabilitation Medicine, Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Gothenburg Sweden.

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