Scenar therapy is a holistic form of treatment which stimulates the nervous system and teaches it to heal itself. Like endogenous nerve impulses, electrical impulses are transmitted through the skin to the nervous system and revitalise your body's natural resources.
"SCENAR THERAPY EXPLAINED"
The human skin and the inner organs have a tight connection through the nervous system. This connection already exists from the early stage of embryogenesis because both the Nervous system and the skin are created from the exact origin of the young embryo, the ectoderm. In turn, the nervous system's network connects to all the inner organs. As a result of these, the nervous system plays an essential role in regulating the activities and state of the internal organs. For the reasons mentioned above, it is possible to regulate the state of the inner organs through the skin. The Scenar device is used to affect the skin in those places indicated by the body, which will lead to the specific regulation of the inner organs, for example, to treat diseases. It is necessary to point out that the regulation of the inner organs through the skin is only one important effect of the treatment process. There are more aspects, and one of them is humeral regulation (relating to body fluids). During its appliance on the skin, Scenar treatment affects the C-Fibers of the nervous system. As a result, the channels of the C-Fibers are easily opened, and a vast amount of neuropeptides, like endorphins, are excreted from these fibres. These neuropeptides are spread all over the body at a rapid rate. This course of action accelerates and promotes healing because neuropeptides are the natural medicine for all pathological processes in the human body. Yet another important effect of Scenar therapy is the successful training of the adaptive reactions. Adaptive reactions are unique, non-specific reactions of the body to any stimuli that could affect health. When the adaptive reactions are well trained, the body can heal itself and prevent the development of a wide variety of diseases. The Scenar device works on the principle of biofeedback. The system measures the activities of the various skin areas. With reference to this information, we are able to locate the most accurate place to treat and define the specific treatment parameters. The original Scenar devices and treatment protocols have been designed and are produced and taught by license of the inventors: J. Grinberg, J. Gorfinkel, A. Karasjev and A. Revenko.
"HOW DOES IT WORK?"
Scenar works by stimulating the nervous system with constantly varying signals, "electrical impulses" that operate in the same way as our natural nerve fibres react when coping with the stress of pain or illness. Scenar impulses provide a boost to the nervous system generating neuropeptides (the body's internal pharmacy) to speed up the recovery process.
The Scenar employs a highly sophisticated computer software program that automatically Senses and Measures the electrical activity of the body (skin impedance) and then delivers a Measured Dose of complex electrical waveforms and frequencies directly to the skin in order to correct any imbalances. These pulses contain numerous random features to prevent the body from adapting to the stimulation.
These electrical impulses mimic the electrical discharges of the nervous system and instruct the brain and body to generate specific neuropeptides, the key chemicals used by the body to heal itself. Proper communication between the brain and the affected part is restored, and rapid healing may then be possible. The Scenar evolves a new signal pattern for the disordered tissues, the machine literally entering into an information dialogue with the body. New frequencies and energy patterns are established, which in turn become fresh input signals, to be further modified, and so on. This output-equals new input is much the way that fractals are generated. On the premise that disease signals are generally fixed and unnatural, anything, which breaks up the existing order, has the capability of restoring the normal equilibrium.