What is SCENAR Therapy ?
SCENAR (Self Controlled Electro Neuro-Adaptive Regulator) Therapy is: Non-invasive, with the recipient receiving only a gentle tingling or stroking sensation. The device is placed on the skin, where it detects irregular electro-energetic signals from the body. These signals are then modified & sent back to the body in the correct frequency, stimulating the body’s healing process. The SCENAR’s constantly changing signal prevents the body from adapting to these signals as a “regular” stimulus, thus forcing the body to respond and adjust to the body’s own correct healing frequency: in turn breaking the repetitive cycle of pain & dysfunction. The SCENAR also stimulates the nervous system to produce regulatory neuropeptides, the internal pharmacy of chemicals which maintain the body’s physiological balance. Thus, the SCENAR device locates the source of the physical problem & treats it, prompting the body’s natural adaptive cycles of healing & homeostasis to restart & normalise, facilitating the regulation of nerve energy flow leading to recovery & healing… It therefore interactively locates, measures, treats and stimulates problem areas to:
- Help Relieve Pain
- Improve Mobility
- Improve Function
- Facilitate more rapid healing….
History of SCENAR
The technology for the SCENAR was developed by a team of Russian doctors & scientists in the late 1970’s for use by the Russian space program to treat astronauts in space.. It has been authorised for clinical use by the Health Ministry of Russia since 1986 & today is a recognised medical modality in many countries. It was introduced to Australia in 2000. Our devices are registered with the Australian Register of Australian Goods ( ARTG 101783)
What is SCENAR used for?
SCENAR therapy is used for many disorders and injuries. Musculoskeletal, Circulatory, Respiratory, Digestive, Urinary, Neurological, Ear, Nose & Throat, Skin conditions, Endocrine & Metabolic imbalances & Psychological problems. It can also help with Burns, Fractures, Allergies & Sports injuries.