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Janet Knight will be demonstrating SCENAR therapy during the Rotary FNQ Field Days Expo, Mareeba, QLD.

The Rotary FNQ Field Days Expo will be held on 24th, 25th and 26th of May 2017 in Mareeba, QLD.

Visit us if you like to know more about Pain Relief with SCENAR or have a demo treatment. Product specials will be available as well.

For more details call Janet: 0413 930 504

Professional SCENAR Practical Workshops

We are have scheduled the following dates and locations for the SCENAR Practical Workshops.

Location Date Part Trainers
Byron Bay, NSW 16th of July, 2017 Part 1 Anna Heiskari and Vera Payne
Byron Bay, NSW 8th of October, 2017 Part 2 Anna Heiskari
Sydney, NSW 6th of August, 2017 Part 1 Anna Heiskari and Wade Boeree
Sydney, NSW 12th of November, 2017 Part 2 Vera Payne and Wade Boeree
Mackay, QLD 20th of August, 2017 Part 1 Vera Payne
Mackay, QLD TBA Part 2 TBA
Adelaide, SA 16th of September, 2017 Part 1 Michael Butler and Vera Payne
Adelaide, SA TBA Part 2 Michael Butler
Melbourne, VIC 25th of June, 2017 Part 1 Anna Heiskari and Vera Payne
Melbourne, VIC 5th of November, 2017 Part 2 Anna Heiskari
Brisbane, QLD 14th of October, 2017 Part 1 Peta Zafir and Vera Payne
Brisbane, QLD 28th of October, 2017 Part 2 Peta Zafir
Perth, WA TBA Part 1 TBA
Perth, WA TBA Part 2 TBA

Please register your interest using the link below as soon as possible because we need to start booking venues and flights:


The Workshops are funded by RITM Australia and will be run in 2017. Use this opportunity to upgrade your knowledge in SCENAR, get treated and meet your colleagues.


A Certificate of attendance will be issued to each attendee that may be used as Professional development points in some Associations.


Benefits for attending the workshops:

• Guided Practice

• Glimpse of what has been presented during the 2017 SCENAR Conference
Protocols from some courses that have not been attended by Practitioners

• Practitioner self-treatment protocols

• Networking

• Certificate of attendance 


The attendance fee is $260 per attendee per day. The fee must be paid 4 weeks before the date of the workshop to secure your place.




We received very positive feedback about the venue location, presenters and the topics covered by our customers.

Short video with customer’s comments about the Conference.


The following chart represents the data from the Conference evaluation forms. Of 42 delegates, 25 responded. The score system used was:

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2017 International SCENAR Conference, celebrating 10 years of RITM SCENAR in Australia!

3rd – 6th of March 2017, Sydney, Australia


The 2017 International SCENAR Conference was held on 3rd – 6th of March 2017 in Sydney, Australia. It marked ITM Australia’s 10th Anniversary and it was a great success.

We had twelve presenters and forty two attendees from Australia, New Zealand, Japan and USA.

Over 25% of the delegates were new SCENAR Practitioners – proof that the SCENAR Profession is quickly growing in the Asia-Pacific region. Over 40% of the attendees were Level 3 Practitioners – the highest qualification in SCENAR Therapy.

The program was very intense and versatile, organised into two breakout rooms.

We received very positive feedback about the venue location, presenters and the topics covered. The delegates suggested that, in the future workshops with a greater emphasis on a ‘hands on’ approach would be welcomed.

RITM Australia has heard these suggestions and so we are organising 2-day practical workshops in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Mackay and New Zealand beginning from July 2017. Stay tuned and look for further details in our newsletters for dates and locations.

We thank our presenters as well as the delegates for their attendance and involvement in the Conference.

The next International Conference will be organised and held in New Zealand in 2019.

Delegates Feedback


The First Day of the SCENAR Conference

Elly Tomova, the General Manager of RITM Australia and Dr. Boris Kulizhsky, Developer in RITM OKB ZAO opened the Conference and greeted the presenters and the delegates.

Elly Tomova talked about the success story of RITM Australia and the plans for the future.

The Conference started with a lecture by Dr. Vladimir Lopatko explaining how to improve quality of life in cancer patients with SCENAR.

Dr. Yuri Perfilyev presented a scientific research paper on SCENAR efficiency in treating pain in children with tubular bone fractures.

Libby Salmon demonstrated the wide range of SCENAR electrodes and how they can be applied for maximum results.

Michael Butler held a workshop in one of the breakout rooms demonstrating an integrated approach with SCENAR and other modalities.

Dr. Vladimir Lopatko began a 5 part seminar on Universal pain relief algorithms.






After the busy and challenging first day, we had some fun, dinner and a pleasant boat cruise in the Sydney Harbor.


The Second Day of the SCENAR Conference

Dr. Boris Kulizhsky began stared a 2 part seminar on how to use Dose 5 – an optional function in some Professional SCENAR models used to provide information about which meridians are out of balance and their treatment.

Vera Payne talked about how SCENAR can be successfully applied to animals and presented case studies. Vera has written a SCENAR Small Animals course that was launched at the conference and is now available as an online course on our training website. This has followed her successful Equine SCENAR course introduced last year.


Dr. Boris Kulizhsky made a comparison between SCENAR and other electrotherapy technologies and explained why SCENAR is far superior.

Dr. Yuri Perfilyev presented a 2 part seminar on SCENAR therapy in common pediatric diseases.

Toshio Kobayashi demonstrated his SCENAR Meridian Stretch Technique, that he developed and refined during the past several years.

Anna Heiskari presented Muscle Balance using circuit locating and SCENAR – a combination of kinesiology and SCENAR. Anna has developed a 2 day workshop that covers Neuro-Lymphatic , Neuro-Vascular , and Neuro-Emotional Reflexes for Muscle Balance and they will be available starting July 2017.


The Third Day of the SCENAR Conference

Dr. Vladimir Lopatko started the day with a lecture on what are the indications, contraindications and after effects of SCENAR.
Vera Payne explained in active dialog with the practitioners what are the SCENAR pitfalls and the ways to address them.

Dr. Vladimir Lopatko began a 3 part seminar on SCENAR for Cardio-vascular and neurological disorders.

Dr. Boris Kulizhsky demonstrated how to use SCENAR for Facial Rejuvenation.

Dr. Jorg Prinz presented the Biological mechanisms of SCENAR and some consequences from treatments of chronic
complaints. He also appealed for more clinical studies about SCENAR and better translations of the studies done in Russia.

Dr. Peta Zafir taught the delegates how to establish a successful SCENAR business.

The day ended with an Award Ceremony. Elly Tomova dressed in a traditional Bulgarian costume and Dr. Boris Kulizhsky presented Awards to delegates who had an exceptional contribution to SCENAR:

Gold Medals

  1. Vera Payne – for her outstanding involvement in developing, promoting and supporting RITM SCENAR and the RITM SCENAR community worldwide
  2. Jorg Prinz – For the development of outstanding training materials for RITM SCENAR technology.
  3. Toshio Kobayashi – For inventing and developing the new treatment protocol: SCENAR Meridian Stretch Technique.

Certificates of Appreciation

  1. Paul Keetley and Colleen Keetley – For the first Company to introduce SCENAR in Australia.
  2. Wade Boeree – For achieving ‘Best Reseller for 2016’.
  3. Anna Heiskari – For the ‘Most Successful Trainer of 2016’.
  4. Anna Stevenson – For ‘Promotion of Equine SCENAR’.

The Ceremony ended with a traditional Bulgarian dance performance by Dusha Balkana with choreographer Yorgo Kaporis and Professional photographs by Neli Raycheva.


The Fourth Day of the SCENAR Conference

Bhavani Rooks presented a workshop on Respiratory Issues and demonstrated some interesting case studies.


Dr. Boris Kulizhsky showed how to use SCENAR for Performance Enhancement.

Dr. Boris Kulizhsky continued with an overview of RITM OKB ZAO’s new developments and plans for the future and presented research about the physiology, SCENAR therapy efficiency and local SCENAR therapy effect on peripheral blood.

Angelena Thompson gave an inspirational talk about her journey with SCENAR.




During the Conference round table the delegates were separated by their attained level of training. The Russian doctors and the local trainers assisted the participants to resolve difficult case studies and clarify therapy questions.

Dr. Yuri Perfilyev presented his research about treatment of Myopia in school-age children with the help of SCENAR therapy.

The Conference ended with Dr. Vladimir Lopatko’s talk about the Syndrome approach in SCENAR therapy.

The next International Conference will be organised in New Zealand in 2019 and we are looking forward to seeing you there!


Trainers Meeting on 7th of March 2017

On the next day after the Conference RITM Australia held a professional development training of it’s authorised trainers with the Russian doctors and developers.


The training involved discussions on different topics and issues such as, treatment protocols, development ideas, clinical researches and other organisational issues.

The training included a social which saw us all go for a bush walk…. in the rain.

We are happy to announce that we were able to secure one of the best interpreters in Australia – Vladimir Chumak. He has interpreted our SCENAR Conference in 2012 and the feedback from the delegates was very good.

Vladimir together with Vera Payne will share the interpreting of the Conference and help you have private conversations with the Russian doctors.


Updated Conference Program




Do not forget to bring your most difficult and challenging case studies.

These will be discussed and resolved during the Round Table session on 6th of March.

You will be able to consult with the most experienced doctors and trainers in the world.

Do not miss this opportunity to learn from the inventors and developers of SCENAR technology!

Updated Conference Program




Great start to the Landmark Classic Campdraft week in Tamworth.

Already had numerous people through the stall, trying SCENAR for the first time with pleasing results. Even had a visit from three of our “poster pin up” testimonial clients to show their appreciation. #equinescenar.

The Equine SCENAR team for today – Heather, Vera and Anna. Stop in if you’re at the Landmark Classic!

Liv paid Anna Stevenson a visit at the SCENAR stand today and saw her poster. Drop in and see Anna at AELEC (especially if you’re feeling sore) she will make you feel better with her SCENAR therapy. Not only for horses – drop in and find out all about them.


A new randomized controlled study demonstrates that SCENAR therapy is a more effective and safe method of treating patients with neck pain following whiplash compared with TENS.

DOWNLOAD the full study.





Self-Controlled Energo-Neuro-Adaptive Regulator (SCENAR) device was introduced in 2006 as an alternative electrotherapy for pain in Korea. The aim of this study is to investigate the efficacy of SCENAR standing for SCENAR in patients with subacute neck pain following a rear-end collision.



A randomized and controlled prospective study was conducted on 60 patients with neck pain following rear-end collision between the ages of 20 to 50 years. Written informed consent was obtained and participants were randomly allocated to transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) and SCENAR therapy. The treatment regimen included 20-min treatment sessions for 4 weeks (3 times per week). Therapeutic effects were evaluated at each of the assessment points (0, 4, 8, 12 and 16 weeks) using a visual analogue scale (VAS) pain scores and neck disability index (NDI) scores.



Eligible participants (n=70) were recruited between March 2014 and July 2015. Final trial sample (n=60) compromised 32 within the SCENAR group and 28 TENS group. The SCENAR group showed superior pain reduction compared with TENS (SCENAR: initial mean VAS score; 6.3, final mean VAS score; 2.1, TENS: initial mean VAS score; 6.2, final mean VAS score; 3.7). Sixteen week NDI scores showed the disability level of the SCENAR group (9.5) was significantly lower than that of the TENS group (14.3).



SCENAR therapy provided a significant reduction in the intensity of neck pain (VAS) and disability (NDI) compared with TENS group. SCENAR therapy is superior to the TENS therapy in reducing and disability for whiplash injury.