Through the rigors of leukemia treatment, music therapy helped 14-year-old Nora discover a gift for music and song writing.
The Michigan National Guard's 126th Army Band treats Spectrum Health team members to an unforgettable afternoon.
Born blind, a 14-year-old boy has become a virtuoso who sees colors within the most intricate sounds of music.
A woman with Parkinson’s disease gets back on her feet through the perfect beat—music-based rehab that feels more like entertainment than therapy.
After a lifetime in music and a courageous battle with cancer, Chester Lowe faced his final reprise. With the help of music therapy, he made every note count.
At age 17, Shawn Wieland suffered a traumatic brain injury in a winter car crash. Twenty years later, he's back to walking and playing guitar.
The Grand Rapids Symphony and Spectrum Health music therapists perform in a special event for nursing and rehabilitation residents, family and friends.
Twelve-year-old Skylar Darga battles cystic fibrosis and embraces life with gusto.
Heartbeat recording creates keepsake for cancer patient and her family.
Jake Rodgers, 17, plays the guitar again for the first time since suffering a traumatic brain injury.
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Music brought together a pediatric plastic surgery team and a little boy who needed help.