Non-invasive Interactive Neuro-Stimulation with SCENAR
SCENAR stands for
The Scenar is a hand held medical device, used by the therapist to assist a patient's body to re-activate its self-regulatory mechanism which was pushed out of balance (equilibrium) by an accident or disease.
It is a drug free pain relief. It works by activating the body's own healing process through the skin by first measuring skin resistance and then stimulating the body's immune system via the nervous system through the skin. SCENAR therapy has a localized effect - reducing the pain in an area - and a general effect - stimulating the immune system to finalize a repair process.
The effectiveness of SCENAR Therapy for pain relief is substantial and lasts longer than other pain control methods. A single treatment often is not enough to re-balance a diseased organism. Only several treatments over time can bring an organism back to equilibrium, to be balanced again. The pain relief with each SCENAR application is instant though.
SCENAR trains the nervous system to perceive pain differently by stimulating the release of endorphins, and by reorganizing neural pathways to repair a malfunction, a mechanism known as neuro-plasticity.
Scenar therapy can have a profound effect on both chronic and acute painful conditions and injuries that may not respond to other forms of treatment. The SCENAR is also used to locate hidden, referred and primary treatment points in ways that might not be evident by other means.
Results reported for the SCENAR have been remarkable. There seems to be very few ailment-categories that it cannot assist.
Improvements in particular conditions are simply the result of applying procedures developed over three decades of the device's use to effect a change in skin/body response to the SCENAR signal/impulse.
Several medical studies in Russia, where the device was developed, in USA and in Europe now have shown the high effectiveness of the SCENAR treatment. In Europe and Russia a lot of ambulances and A&E Departments are now equipped with SCENAR devices to do initial pain relief.