SCENAR works by stimulating the brain with a constantly varying signal that causes it to instruct the nervous system to generate Neuropeptides, the key biochemical’s needed by your body to heal itself.
Neuropeptides may be considered as our body’s own internal pharmacy. In many cases of bodily imbalance or injury, the brain tends to become habituated to a disease or injury rather than aggressively generating the correct neuropeptides and electrical signals needed to effect a complete recovery. The communication system between the brain and the affected body part can break down and this gradually becomes accepted by the brain as being “Normal”. Because of its unique, computer controlled biofeedback capabilities and ability to stimulate the Neuropeptide generating C – Fibers of the nervous system, the SCENAR constantly achieves results that amaze people all over the world.
SCENAR helps both acute and chronic pain anywhere in your body. It also assists with burns and general wound healing, plus many other functional processes.
The interactive therapy device achieving very fast results
- Relieve Acute and Chronic Pain Fast
- Improve Function
- Accelerate Recovery – Rehabilitation
- Find Hidden and Referred Treatment Points
- Help your body to heal itself
The ENAR (Electro-Neuro-Adaptive-Regulator) is a Russian invention, a hand-held therapeutic device that is moved over the body to find and treat ‘asymmetries’ (disorders) through the skin.
The ENAR uses reflex biofeedback, a dynamic computer-modulated interactive electro-stimulation, between itself and the soft tissue. By responding to physiological changes in the soft tissue the ENAR is able to effect the nervous system’s natural adaptive functioning, the universal basis to all healing. As such, it is said that the ENAR can be used for the treatment of a very wide variety of painful syndromes. ENAR results with pain relief, functional improvement, and general health restoration can be exceptional.
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