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SCENAR Articles in the The New Zealand Journal of Natural Medicine

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We have just uploaded several articled about SCENAR Technology written by Dr. Jorg Prinz and publiched by the The New Zealand Journal of Natural Medicine.

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SCENAR: A paradigm shift in therapy for pain and chronic disease
Dr. Jorg Prinz
Natural Medicine #20, 2016

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What is Energy Medicine?
Dr. Jorg Prinz
Natural Medicine #14, 2014

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Some Intriguing Case Studies In Pain Relief and Health Recovery With SCENAR Applications – Part 2
Dr. Jorg Prinz, Wilfried Wand
Natural Medicine #7, 2012

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Some Intriguing Case Studies In Pain Relief and Health Recovery With SCENAR Applications – Part 1
Dr. Jorg Prinz, Wilfried Wand
Natural Medicine #6, 2012

 

All-Russian SCENAR Conference, Sochi, 6-12 June 2016

All-Russian SCENAR Conference devoted to effective methods of pain management.

The six days SCENAR Conference in Sochi focused on effective methods for pain management with SCENAR. Russian doctors, oncologists, pediatricians, neurologists, physiotherapists presented reports, successful case studies and shared their experience with SCENAR technology.

With over 90 delegates from Russia, 1000 online participants from around the world and great media coverage in the Russian TV and newspapers, the Conference is regarded to be one of the most successful events in 2106.

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Among the speakers and Trainers were:

Victor Zaderin MD, oncologist, urologist, professor of Research Institute of oncology (Rostov-on-Don) 

Yury Perfiliev MD, pediatrist, Candidate of Medical Sciences, assistant professor of pediatric department of the Advanced Training Faculty of RSMU (Rostov-on-Don) 

Vladimir Lopatko MD, neurologist, SCENAR therapist (Nizhniy Tagil)

Irina Ershova MD, therapist, SCENAR therapist (Moscow) 

Iosif Semikatov MD, therapist, SCENAR therapist (Ekaterinburg) 

Roma Fadeev, Orthodontist , MD,

Irina Kholmogorova, Gynaecologist , Reflexologist, Candidate of Sciences

Tatiana Borovets, MD –the first doctor who introduced cranio therapy with SCENAR
There were several training programme during the Conference for beginner and advanced users of RITM SCENAR Professional devices as well as practical workshops.
For the first time a SCENAR Conference was live broadcasted for those who were not able to attend. Links to the recorded videos published at RITM OKB Training web site – http://www.scenarwebtraining.ru/

 

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SCENAR: A paradigm shift in therapy for pain and chronic disease

SCENAR: A paradigm shift in therapy for pain and chronic disease

Dr. Jorg Prinz

Natural Medicine #20, 2016

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International SCENAR Conference, Berlin

We are thrilled to advise you that International SCENAR Conference will be held on November 17th – 20th, 2016 in Berlin, Germany.

This event will bring together practitioners, researchers and educators from around the world who are involved in SCENAR technology and therapy. RITM Europe s.r.o. in association with RITM OKB ZAO are planning an inspirational program with world Renowned lecturers from Russia, USA, Canada, New Zealand and Europe.

The Conference Program will include mind-provoking lectures, round table discussions, workshops and hands-on, demonstrations and plenary sessions to assure that attendees gain as much knowledge and experience as possible.

To download the invitation flyer please click HERE.

We would be delighted to have you present at this conference to hear what the SCENAR therapy gurus and SCENAR technology researchers have to share about the latest advancements and their impact on our businesses and daily lives. .

More information to come soon!

To sign up for the Conference updates please e-mail to scenar.conference@gmail.com

We look forward to meeting you at the Conference!

P.S. Feel free to share the attached invitation flyer with your colleagues and friends.

SCENAR for knee osteoarthritis

A new randomized study by the Medical University of Vienna shows that SCENAR is very beneficial for osteoarthritis patients. Pain relief was maintained one month after the therapy was discontinued.

Please download the study extract here

Poster paper about the effects of SCENAR was presented at the European Pain Federation EPIC  in Vienna, Austria this October.

 

 

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SCENAR far more superior than TENS

New research from South Korea shows that SCENAR is far more superior for treatment of chronic neck pain than TENS devices.

The research abstract was presented at the European Pain Federation EPIC  in Vienna, Austria this October.

TENS (TRANSCUTANEOUS ELECTRICAL NERVE STIMULATION) ON THE PAIN RELIEF IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC NECK PAIN

Y. EUN1, W. Choi2
1family medicine, St. Vincent’s hospital Catholic University of Korea, Suwon, Korea
2family medicine, St. Mary’s hospital Catholic University of Korea, Seoul, Korea

Background and aims: Chronic neck pain is a common condition entailing the high cost of pharmacological treatment, but it has limited evidence of efficacy and side-effects. This study aims to examine the effectiveness of a new therapy, SCENAR therapy, on pain and disability in patients with chronic neck pain through comparison with Transcuteneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) therapy.

Methods: We studied 30 elderly patients with chronic neck pain of more than 3 months duration. The subjects were randomized into two groups receiving (1)SCENAR therapy or (2)TENS therapy (control); three times a week for two weeks. The patients were assessed before and after 2-week treatment using three measuring tools such as Numeric Rating Scale (NRS), Neck Disability Index (NDI), and Range of Motion (ROM).

Results: The SCENAR group showed significantly improved results in NRS, NDI, and ROM after intervention, as did the TENS group.(p<0.05) The comparison of mean changes in the SCENAR group(12.36) before and after intervention showed superior results in the NDI when compared with the TENS group(3.950).

Conclusion: The findings show that both SCENAR and TENS are effective treatment for patients with chronic neck pain. Patients who underwent SCENAR had a significant improvement in Neck Disability Index (NDI) than the TENS group.

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The effect of SCENAR and TENS (Transcultaneous electrical nerve stimulation) on the pain relief in patients with chronic neck pain

Y. EUN, W. Choi
EFIC5-1157 Late-breaking Poster Sessions, 9th Congress of the European Pain Federation, Vienna, 2015

EFIC5-1157 LATE-BREAKING POSTER SESSION I THE EFFECT OF SCENAR AND TENS (TRANSCUTANEOUS ELECTRICAL NERVE STIMULATION) ON THE PAIN RELIEF IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC NECK PAIN

Y. EUN1, W. Choi2 1family medicine,
St. Vincent’s hospital Catholic University of Korea, Suwon, Korea 2family medicine, St. Mary’s hospital Catholic University of Korea, Seoul, Korea

Background and aims: Chronic neck pain is a common conditioentailing the high cost of pharmacological treatment, but it has limited evidence of efficacy and side-effects. This study aims to examine the effectiveness of a new therapy, SCENAR therapy, on pain and disability in patients with chronic neck pain through comparison with Transcuteneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) therapy.

Methods: We studied 30 elderly patients with chronic neck pain of more than 3 months duration. The subjects were randomized into two groups receiving (1) SCENAR therapy or (2)TENS therapy (control); three times a week for two weeks. The patients were assessed before and after 2-week treatment using three measuring tools such as Numeric Rating
Scale (NRS), Neck Disability Index (NDI), and Range of Motion (ROM).
Results: The SCENAR group showed significantly improved results in NRS, NDI, and ROM after intervention, as did the TENS group.(p<0.05) The comparison of mean changes in the SCENAR group(12.36) before and after intervention showed superior results in the NDI when compared with the TENS group(3.950).

Conclusion: The findings show that both SCENAR and TENS are  effective treatment for patients with chronic neck pain. Patients who underwent SCENAR had a significant improvement in Neck Disability Index (NDI) than the TENS group.

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Benefit in patients with knee osteoarthritis through adjuvant electro auricular acupuncture vs. Manual body stimulation with self-controlled energo neuro adaptive regulation (SCENAR®™)

EFIC 2015 abstracts

Vienna, Austria, 2-5 September 2015

Benefit in patients with knee osteoarthritis through adjuvant electro auricular acupuncture vs. Manual body stimulation with self-controlled energo neuro adaptive regulation (SCENAR®™)

R. Schukro1 , I. Mandl-Krusche2 , A. Kaider3 , S. Sator-Katzenschlager4

1 Special Anesthesia and Pain Therapy, Medical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria

2 Dept. of Trauma Surgery, Medical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria

3 Center for Medical Statistics Informatics and Intelligent Systems, Medical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria

4 Dept. of Special Anesthesia and Pain Therapy, Medical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria

Introduction: Knee osteoarthritis (OA) is a major cause of knee pain. Alternative approaches such as electrical auricular acupuncture (EAA) are gaining importance. Another alternative treatment aiming to reduce pain is Self Controlled Energo Neuro Adaptive Regulation (SCENAR®™).

Methods: 46 patients were randomized to the EAA group (n=15), to the SCENAR group (n=14) and to the control group (n=15). Amount of rescue medication, pain intensity (NRS), range of motion (ROM) in the sagittal plane and the pain free walking distance in minutes as well as knee function assessment were evaluated on study day 1, 42 and 70.
Results: Comparing the rescue medication after baseline therapy no significant difference was found between the three groups (p=0,86). In the control group we found a median of 1 [Q1 25%=1; Q3 75%=2], in EAA group a median of 0 [Q1=0;Q3=3] and in the Scenar group a median of 0 [Q1=0;Q3=3]. Highly significant differences of amount of rescue medication were found on day 42 and 70 comparing EAA group and control group (p<0,001), as well as in the Scenar group compared to the control group.

Conclusion: The results of this study show that EAA and Scenar in combination with medical analgesic treatment are superior to medical analgesic treatment alone. Pain relief was maintained one month after the therapy was discontinued in these two complementary methods. Further studies are necessary to evaluate long lasting effects in knee OA.

SCENAR History

RITM OKB ZAO was created in May 1980. The name of the organization was “Special Design Bureau of Medical Information-automated diagnostic systems (“MIDAS”) at the Taganrog State University of Radioengineering ”. Wherefore was a new OKB established?
Soviet Union began to fall behind the Western countries in the field of medical equipment; this gap became more noticeable in the end of 80’s. The task for the new design office was to eliminate this gap.

new-47In 1983 OKB “MIDAS” was renamed to OKB “RITM” at TRTI; in 1998 the organization got its current name RITM OKB ZAO. From the outset the key activity of OKB was the development of health systems and devices for the diagnosis and treatment of various diseases and also systems and devices for psycho-physiological assessment. Centers for training pilots, sailors, divers and representatives of other sensitive occupations were interested in cooperation with RITM OKB. One of the most important customers was the Cosmonauts Training Center.

The first contract for the development of SCENAR device was signed on December 12, 1986 with some mysterious company, which had only the mailbox – G-4897 instead of the address. One could highly likely state that it had been one of the units of the USSR Space Agency. The new SCENAR device was immediately put to clinical studies. The studies gave so unexpected results that in the late 80’s there emerged a high demand for SCENAR-therapy. A large number of patients made it possible to generalize the obtained results, which contributed to the emergence of a new trend in medicine – SCENAR-therapy and a new medical specialty – SCENAR-therapist.img714

The creators of SCENAR-therapy were two physicians. Yuri Gorfinkel was the author of subjectively dosed mode (SDR) of the device. He passed away early because of his participation in the clean-up operations of the Chernobyl disaster. Alexander Revenko was the author of individually-dosed mode (IDR). Both of these techniques are classic and complement each other. As time went on SCENAR therapy techniques became more complicated. As the result SCENAR therapy trainings emerged both in Russia and abroad. There is one fact that indicates a high level of new OKB: the first director and the chief developer of OKB was Vladimir Zaharevich, who later became the first rector of the Southern Federal University (SFU). He has been in the position of the general director since January 1981 till April 1990. He was replaced by Rudolf Kryukov who left good memory about himself. After that RITM OKB ZAO was helmed by Yakov Grinberg from November 1998 till September 2012. He was replaced by SCENAR-therapist and businessman Yuri Starovoytov. During his leadership the company has managed to evict the trademark SCENAR and to initiate a new economic policy.

new-51As a result the SCENAR-therapy has been recognized on all five continents, in more than 30 countries, including the Netherlands, England, Bulgaria, Germany, USA, Canada, Australia, Mexico, South Korea, etc.

 

 

 

 

 

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2016 SCENAR Conference in Bulgaria

We are pleased to inform our customers that the next International SCENAR Conference will be organized in beautiful Bulgaria.

Dates and Conference Program will be announced soon.