SCENAR technology and therapy started in Russia, but now is very popular in many other countries. SCENAR has such a good record track that it was even prescribed for the Russian astronauts to treat them in outer-space without any medical drugs.
SCENAR is an abbreviation for the name of the technology and treatment – Self-Controlling Energy-Neuro-Adapting Regulator … or short-pulse electric neuroadaptive reflexological therapeutic stimulation (what a mouthful).
When I came to Kris 1st time I was in a lot of pain with my back due to my leg injury. I am on my 3rd session and have noticed an awful difference now with getting the treatments (which included trauma release, Scenar treatments and Ozone therapy with Hyperthermia). I was doing my own exercises myself e.g. boxercising and walking, I even went to physio but at the time nothing was really helping or working till I came to Kris. The pain is gradually going away and my leg is getting better comparing to the pain that I was in the beginning. Multiple treatments were essential to bring the change about. – Lizzie Keane
SCENAR treatment benefits:
- quick pain relief,
- immune system modulation,
- reduces inflammation when it is needed,
- helps reduce body temperature in situations such as fever,
- prevents water retention,
- helps TMJ and Tinnitus
- help the body prevent or relieve allergies,
- improving blood circulation effects with normalization of metabolic processes,
- improves lymph drainage,
- increases external and internal rejuvenation,
- provides better sleep and emotional wellbeing + more (for the references scroll to the bottom of the page)
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Cost: Basic 30 min session of SCENAR – 42 Euro
Special Package of 5 treatments – 200 Euro (only 150 Euro, if paid in advance)
Logistic of Booking:
Your appointment is secured only upon receipt of your pre-payment (non-refundable deposit) for the specified treatment or test.
Every client must become familiar with our Cancellation Policy & Fee Schedule prior to a visit
If you do not have credit/debit card or online PayPal account, please forward a Postal Order (leaving ‘pay to’ section blank, for the sum of Euro 12) to arrive at the Centre/Clinic not later than 3 days before the date of appointment. Please include your name, contact number and the test and/or treatment, that you are booking for.
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It is not recommended to combine SCENAR-therapy with medications disturbing self-regulation (antibiotics, anti-inflammatory, hormonal, chemotherapeutic and many other medications), though SCENAR will decrease their negative effect and allow you to reduce the dose one third or one quarter of the necessary one. SCENAR jumps starts self-regulation, so it is pointless to use medications to suppress self regulation and SCENAR together.
SCENAR-therapy provides normalization of the body when it malfunctions. SCENAR provides a quicker course of treatment and pronouncement of pathological processes, with considerable improvement of general condition and well-being.
How does it work?
The primal action of SCENAR treatment is upon the skin with peculiar micro-electric pulses modifying together with the change of the skin condition that provides application of feedback and, as a result, causes reactions aimed at restoration of the lost functions.
While regulating unbalanced body systems, SCENAR brings to a norm everything that is restorable. SCENAR therapy produces no negative impact and the effect of action remains for quite a long time after the treatment has been finished.
Recovery is possible due to restoration and harmonization of the inherent body reserves, and not by suppressing defense and adapting mechanisms of the body that mostly results in severer forms of diseases or lingering course of the basic disorder. SCENAR does not affect systems that are functioning correctly.
More info here:
Gorodetskyi I G, Gorodnichenko A I, Tursin P S, Reshetnyak V K, Uskov, O N: Non-invasive interactive Neurostimulation in the post-operative recovery of patients with a trochanteric fracture of the femur. J Bone Joint Surg [Br]2007;89-B:1488-94.
G. Gorodetskyi et al, The effects of non-invasive, interactive Neurostimulation on pain and edema during post-surgical rehabilitation following internal fixation of unstable bi-malleolar ankle fractures, Presented as a poster by Dr James Dillard at the IASP 2008, Glasgow, Scotland. Accepted for publication Dec 2009, Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery
Lee KH, Chung JM, Willis WD. Inhibition of primate spinothalamic tract cells by TENS. J Neurosurg. 1985; 62: 276-287
Linda S. Chesterton, Nadine E. Foster, Christine C. Wright, G. David Baxter and Panos Barlas Effects of TENS frequency, intensity and stimulation site parameter manipulation on pressure pain thresholds in healthy human subjects Pain, Volume 106, Issues 1-2, November 2003, Pages 73-80
Garrison DW, Foreman RD: Effects of prolonged transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) and variation of stimulation variables on dorsal horn cell activity, Eur J Phys Med Rehabil 6:87-94, 1997
Reilly JP, Applied Bioelectricity: From Electrical Stimulation to Electropathology, 1998 Springer-Verlag NY. pg 130 and 233
Christie Q. Huang, Robert K. Shepherd Reduction in excitability of the auditory nerve following electrical stimulation at high stimulus rates: Varying Effects of electrode surface area Hearing Research 146 (2000) 57-71
Pyne-Geithman G, Clark J F, InterX elicits significantly greater physiological response than TENS: Lymphocyte metabolism and Cytokine production. Presented as a poster at IASP 2010, Montreal, Canada. Aug. 29th 2010.