KMBC: Kansas City hospital using music therapy to help COVID-19 and other patients recover

Music therapy is helping patients recover from COVID-19 and other illnesses and injuries at Saint Luke's Rehabilitation Institute

KMBC talked to Katie Fortino, music therapist, about the many benefits of the therapy and Dr. Tony Zink, cardiologist at Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute, about why he and his wife started the program after suffering a traumatic brain injury decades ago.

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