Yes, definitely. Music can help a lot and heal if it's used properly.
Music is used for meditation, yoga, stress relief, it's used in surgery rooms to relieve stress. This is called music therapy. "People who become certified music therapists are usually accomplished musicians who have deep knowledge of how music can evoke emotional responses to relax or stimulate people or help them heal." (source: https://www.health.harvard.edu/mind-and-mood/how-music-can-help-you-heal)
I can't imagine my life without music, to be honest. That's my fuel, my medication, my drug, if you like. I don't need any other drugs, I'm more than fine with music. If I'm feeling tired or a bit sad, music is my remedy. I love to walk and that's my time to listen to music, it gives me strength and force to go on. I had two head surgeries (plastic surgery) two years ago and needed encouragement, force to get through them without problems and music helped me a lot. It might sound strange, but before the surgery, I was listening to one single song, over and over again because it felt good, gave me strength. That song is on my mind, always, I'm never going to forget it. This proves me that music has a huge role in our life. I'm pretty sure I'm not the only one thinking this.