The flexibility of SCENAR to adapt is its key to success, and yours!
“SCENAR works by making the body’s own communication systems operate more efficiently. Technically it is a complex device, which sends electronic impulses via the skin to the brain but it was designed to be used by anybody without any special medical training. You use it in contact with the skin over the affected area or organ and it sends an amplified signal of pain to the brain. This causes the brain to trigger the body’s immune system, which, after only a few minutes of treatment, the patient starts feeling much better.“ – Alexander Karasev, Founding researcher.
Electronic stimulation of the nervous system has been used in hospitals worldwide for some time, in order to alleviate pain in birth and in cases where pain medication is not appropriate. An example of this is the TENS machine. It transmits electrical impulses – programmed to work just as endogenous nerve impulses do — through the skin to the nervous system. Scenar advances this process to a new dimension.
FOR ACUTE & CHRONIC PAIN
The software algorithms used in the SCENAR mimic the nervous system’s own impulses. By constantly monitoring changes in resistance, the signal output adapts to your body’s demands every few milliseconds. This ensures that the stimulation is always both appropriate and effective. In addition, the high amplitude SCENAR impulses uniquely stimulate the body’s “C-fibres”, which is the main ingredient – about 85% – of nerves. This elicits the greatest possible natural pain-relief and healing response.
Within minutes of treatment with the SCENAR, your body will deliver sufficient natural chemicals to give powerful pain relief and to speed up the healing process. Real results… and fast.
“Both in acute medicine and in chronic problems previously unresponsive to treatment, it is possible to achieve therapeutic results that I could only have dreamed of previously. For me, SCENAR treatment is THE discovery of recent years. It is the most valuable and effective new form of therapy that I have learned about during my professional development over 25 years or more“ – Dr Hans Bründler, MD