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Interview with Dr Yury Perfiliev

Interview with Yury Perfiliev for the 40th anniversary journal of RITM OKB ZAO.

Dr. D. med Yury Perfiliev pediatrician, candidate of medicine, extraordinary professor of the Rostov State Medical University (Russia).

Dr. D. Perfiliev has been working with SCENAR for 15 years. According to his observations, the use of SCENAR in medical practice leads to positive results in the treatment of various pathological conditions, which also relate to children.

Q: Why did you start SCENAR therapy? How did it affect you?

A: I am a doctor who grew up according to the principles of the classic Soviet healthcare system. When I first heard about some kind of miracle device, I was quite ironic but remembered the idea. Back then I worked in Africa. When I returned to Russia, one of my friends told me that her daughter treated her patients with a fantastic machine, which made me doubt even more about the amazing possibilities of a small plastic box. But then my intern showed me the analgesic effect of SCENAR treatment. Now I was really interested. I participated in a short SCENAR therapy training and noted that in my hands I hold the device that offers therapeutic influence. Soon I attended a SCENAR therapy conference where I met my student friend, doctor Alexander Tarakanov. Turns out he had been carried away by this technology for a long time. I was also introduced to Jakov Grinberg, who was then Director General of RITM OKB ZAO. At this point I started SCENAR therapy.

Q: They are a pediatrician. How many children have you treated with SCENAR? Can you please tell us the most interesting cases?

A: It’s hard to determine the amount. In addition, I can say that in some cases, the positive effect was achieved by using SCENAR as an independent treatment. In other cases we used the combined treatment because SCENAR works well with other treatment methods to improve their therapeutic effects. I remember a teenager with a full grown gastroesophageal reflux disease (a chronic pathology resulting from gastrointestinal sphinal sphagitis) that caused severe esophagitis (inflammation of the esophagus), multiple stomach erosion and so-called “kissing” (double) pylorus I’m sorry. His condition was documented and recorded on video and made a big impression on other doctors. But they were even more impressed when I showed them the results of a 10 day SCENAR treatment course. There were almost no remaining signs of esophagitis, smooth stomach mucosa, heart rosette formation and thin, barely perceptible ulcer scars.

Later we conducted studies in the Gastroenterology Department to treat other intestinal diseases with SCENAR that showed positive results.

Q: What is SCENAR’s place in modern medicine and where do you think it really belongs?

A: In my opinion, SCENAR occupies an inappropriately insignificant place in modern medicine. This can be explained by the way modern doctors are educated. To be honest, most clinical recommendations nowadays are based only on the use of pharmacology.

How does it usually work? A doctor prescribes the medication. A patient takes them. If there is no positive effect, the doctor will give some other pills. In SCENAR therapy you have to think you have to create individual treatment algorithms, put in some time and effort, sometimes without 100 % guaranteed results. This is because SCENAR therapy is an individualized method of treatment. Every patient is unique. The peculiarities of his body are not always clear from the first session. Sometimes the treatment comes with aggravation, in many cases there must even be aggravated, but the patient may not understand this and rejects treatment.

Despite all the difficulties, SCENAR technology has the future, and I’ll tell you why. Every year we can observe how quickly the body no longer reacts to many medications, especially antibiotics. And soon the alternative (non-medicinal) treatment methods based on knowledge of physiological and pathophysiological processes will come to the forefront. This is the time when SCENAR will take its true place in modern medicine.

And at the moment SCENAR needs more advertising and the involvement of more doctors from different fields in this technology.

Q: There’s a joke: When a cold is treated, a patient recovers in a week if not treated – in seven days. Is SCENAR effective in treating acute respiratory or cold diseases viral infections?

A: The course of the disease depends on the pathogen, level of contamination and immunity of the child. Now we are seeing increasingly lengthy rhinitis accompanied by various complications. In order to prevent such cases, the combined approach is required, including non-medicinal treatment methods. The effectiveness of SCENAR in such diseases is undeniable.

Q: Should SCENAR become a common medical instrument like stethoscope or tonometer?

A: That would be right. Wherever I go, I always have my phonendoscope, auriscope and SCENAR with me. Sometimes a doctor’s help is urgently needed. Phonendoscope and auriscope are the devices for diagnosis, and SCENAR is for treatment. I’ve had many cases where SCENAR helped me in critical situations.

Q: How do you judge the prospects for developing SCENAR therapy in your country and worldwide?

A: It’s not an easy question to answer. Anything used to treat people should have a high level of evidence. This means serious clinical trials: randomized, double blind, multi-centric. This is quite difficult because patients have some very specific feelings during SCENAR therapy. However, this means that we need to look for new approaches to investigate the evidence of the method and incorporate SCENAR into general practice.

Q: Do you agree that every family should have at least one SCENAR home device?

A: Well, I can say all my kids have SCENAR devices as a gift from me, and they saw their effectiveness with their own eyes as they treated the bruises, wounds and sprains of their own children.

A piece of SCENAR history

RITM OKB ZAO Space Program

The leaders of the Soviet Union space program took an interest in RITM OKB ZAO in 1984. When the Soviet Union decided to send its cosmonauts to the Earth’s orbit for longer periods, it became clear that it is necessary to equip them with some sort of a universal aid that can help against any diseases that might occur. The government started to search for an enterprise that is able to develop a complex for testing, evaluating, training, and psychological relief for the cosmonauts. The officials highly appreciated the qualification of our engineers and their new developments in the sphere of medical technology, so the choice was made in favour of “RITM” Special Design Office.

In this letter, the Cosmonaut Training Center (CTC) asks to develop devices that can stimulate the acupuncture points in order to use them to provide medical and biological support of the cosmonaut training process. The letter was sent to the Taganrog Institute of Radiotechnology (TRTI) and then forwarded to OKB, as the actual contractor. That letter shows the interest of CTC in RITM OKB ZAO developments.

The implementation of this project involved serious scientific potential, taking into account the previous studies carried out in the University of Tartu (Estonia) and the Research Institute of Neurocybernetics (Rostov-on-Don) and with the participation of the specialists from Kyiv and Kharkiv. The engineers of RITM OKB implemented the system with biofeedback. (Photo 2)

During the development of the project RITM OKB ZAO was visited by the high-ranked specialists and engineers, including cosmonauts, for whom the room project was created. The photo shows RITM OKB ZAO director Vladislav (on the left), the rector of Taganrog Institute of Radiotechnology Nikolai Malyshev, the Chief Engineer of RITM OKB ZAO Rudolf Kruykov (in the background), and the Soviet cosmonaut, twice Hero of the Soviet Union and Companion of the Order of Lenin Yury Malyshev (in the center).

This project proved the high level of professionalism of RITM OKB ZAO’s staff and the ability of RITM to solve complex modern problems. That allowed the company to implement such modern developments as INTENS, Stabilan, Myokom, and, of course, SCENAR.

However, it happened so that SCENAR was not used in the space back then. It was necessary to work out a few additional requirements, including installing the protection against water. But the financing was stopped because of the Perestroika. The space race was over and the group of engineers had to finish their developments for the space industry.

Later on, the result of this development was introduced to the Russian medical device market. In 1995-1996 first SCENAR therapists started to treat their patients using the new technology.

SCENAR for pain in the extremities

How can you relief your joint pain with SCENAR?

Here is a quick and easy treatment protocol for joint pain in the extremities:

  • Switch ON your SCENAR device.
  • Switch Frequency Modulation (FM) ON.
  • Increase the Energy level to a conformable sensation.
  • Place the device on the each painful joint as shown on the picture and hold for 10 min. For Lumbago, slowly and firmly drag the device as shown on the left side of the picture.
  • Repeat the treatment 2-3 times per day.
SCENAR – being healthy is easy

Interview with Dr. Viktor Zadyorin

Interview with Dr. Viktor Zadyorin for RITM OKB ZAO 40th Anniversary Journal.

Dr. Viktor Zadyorin, MD is an oncologist-urologist, andrologist, sexologist, and professor of Rostov Research Institute of Oncology (Russia). He works with SCENAR for more than 20 years and has vast experience in treating acute and chronic pain in oncourological patients. He has got the practical evidence of the anti-inflammatory and detoxifying effects of SCENAR therapy in cancer patients.

Q: Why did you start doing SCENAR therapy? How did it influence you?

A: 30 years ago one of my colleagues told me that he uses a SCENAR device in the combined treatment, and added that it was invented in Taganrog. Soon after that, he invited me to a SCENAR therapy seminar. I asked to give me a SCENAR device for only one day. On the same day, a bee stung my wife. There was edema of about 2 centimeters in diameter with the pronounced skin redness and pain. I applied the SCENAR to the painful area, set the comfortable energy and kept for 20 minutes until the pain was completely gone. The skin restored its normal colour, the edema decreased significantly, and in the very center of it, I saw the sting itself, which I removed. That was when I said, “I believe in SCENAR”!
Soon I purchased a device for myself and now I always take it with me no matter where I go. No wonder that SCENAR users have a saying: “SCENAR is a fast aid in your pocket”.

Q: You are an oncologist, urologist, and andrologist. Could you please tell us how SCENAR is used in your practice?

A: We studied the phenomena of SCENAR therapy effects on the human body: anti-pain, antiedemic, anti-inflammatory, spasmolytic, immunomodulatory, detoxification, regulation of damaged tissue regeneration, forming of antistress adaptation reactions of the body, etc. As a multi-level self-regulating functional system, our body reacts to a pathogenic stimulus with the reactions that can restore the function of a pathologically changed organ or system, if there are enough energy reserves of the body. SCENAR helps our body gain additional energy and utilize it.

My experience in using SCENAR therapy in acute or chronic pain syndrome in oncourological patients (more than 200 people) showed that:
• SCENAR relieves acute pain for an indefinite period of time at various locations of the tumour and its metastases.
• Obtaining significant pain relief effect in case of chronic pain demands several treatment sessions (3 to 7, sometimes more).
• Combination of painkillers and SCENAR therapy enhances and accelerates the analgesic effect.
• SCENAR therapy can be used in oncological patients with some forms of the acute pain syndrome of non-oncogenic etiology.
• The duration of the analgesic effect cannot be predicted, but it occurs in 83% of cancer patients (in varying degrees).

Q: Could you please tell us about some particular case from your practice?

A: Sure. In Rostov Oncological Institute we had a patient with recurrent colonic obstruction and pronounced pain syndrome. He had an obstruction for more than 24 hours. Abdominal distention, tenderness to palpation, dry skin, and dry tongue covered with white reddish coat. He was so weak he was not able to move. The attempt to solve intestinal paresis with medications and siphon cleansing enema had failed. The patient was planned for diagnostic laparotomy (abdomen opening), but he refused.

I suggested a SCENAR therapy session: “three pathways” and treatment of the large intestine and liver projection (these areas were the most painful), and also the treatment of the palms area (Su Jok points). We used individually-dosed and subjectively-dosed modes. The treatment took one hour. During the treatment “stickiness points” appeared in different areas.

45 minutes after the procedure the paresis was gone. The examination revealed the sigmoid colon cancer, complicated by the large bowel obstruction. The patient went through surgery and is still alive 25 years after.

Q: So should SCENAR become a common doctor’s tool like stethoscope or tonometer?

A: Every doctor who believes in SCENAR efficiency should have this device at least for keeping his family and himself healthy. SCENAR therapy is successfully combined with the conventional treatment standards, and increases the positive result of any treatment method!

Q: How do you appraise the prospects of SCENAR therapy development in your country and worldwide?

A: Sooner or later, all the great things spread all over the world. Russia, as the country where SCENAR was invented, should contribute to the spread of this treatment miracle both here and abroad.

Q: Do you agree that every family should have at least a home SCENAR device?

A: SCENAR can serve as a first aid to any family, any company, it can be used in any situation. This device is the best friend of all chronic patients since it is always at hand. Anyone who mastered the basic SCENAR therapy techniques can provide first aid.

RITM OKB ZAO are celebrating their 40th Anniversary

SCENAR Dosing Modes – FREE Webinar – Professional devices

FREE Webinar – SCENAR Professional devices – Dosing Modes

The next topic of the series of free webinars, organised by RITM OKB ZAO is Dosing Modes of the Professional SCENAR devices.

The webinar is focused on providing information about the mechanism and purpose of Dose Modes, the difference between the modes, and when to use them.

We strongly recommend that all SCENAR Practitioners attend the webinar to upgrade their knowledge with this new information. 

Webinar Dates

Monday (April 27) at 7:00 pm Sydney time (12:00 PM Moscow time)
Tuesday (April 28) at 7:00 pm Sydney time (12:00 PM Moscow time)
Thursday (April 30) at 7:00 pm Sydney time (12:00 PM Moscow time)

How to register

Please send us an email to [email protected].com and answer the following questions:
1. Your name
2. Model of your device (if you have one)
3. How did you learn about SCENAR?
4. Which day are you going to attend?

You will then receive a link to the Zoom webinar. 

Webinar recordings

All webinar attendees will receive a link to download the recorded webinar. 

Alternatively, the materials can be accesses in our online training website – https://www.ritmscenar.com.au/. The recordings will be uploaded under WEBINARS sections of the following courses: 

LEVEL 1 Professional Training 

2018 Professional SCENAR devices operations and controls online training

SCENAR Practitioner Course

If your account is current, please login to https://www.ritmscenar.com.au/ and navigate to Webinars section to watch the videos. 

In case your account has expired, you can become a member of the SCENAR Practitioners Association (SPA) – https://scenarassociation.org.au/ and all your online trainings will be activated for free for the duration of your membership. Additionally, you will benefit 20% discount on our products.

Interview with Dr Iosif Semikatov

Interview with Iosif Semikatov for the 40th anniversary journal of RITM OKB ZAO.

Dr Iosif Semikatov is a physician for general medicine, cardiologist, ambulance and SCENAR therapist (Russia).
Dr. Semikatov is one of the leading SCENAR therapists in Russia with more than 20 years of practice. He has been doing SCENAR therapy since 1995 and offers SCENAR training that are still extremely popular.

1. Why did you start SCENAR therapy? How did it affect you?

I came to SCENAR therapy from school medicine. Before that, I work as an ambulance doctor for many years. After a few years I started avoiding patterns and found individual therapy for each patient. When I came across SCENAR technology in 1995, I realized that I now have the opportunity to provide an individual and universal approach to the therapy of different conditions and diagnoses of patients.

2. How many patients did you heal with SCENAR? Could you please tell us the most interesting cases?

It’s not quite right to say ” healed I helped these patients overcome their problems. I’ve been doing SCENAR therapy for almost 25 years and although I actively work with my patients, I never counted. I’ve had quite a few of them, an average of 8-10 people a day. And there were also many successful cases with great results and many interesting ones as well. However, I don’t think it’s so important to remember certain cases. For me, it’s more important to say that since the beginning of my work with SCENAR, I have been amazed by the possibilities that nature offers into our bodies. These opportunities allow for such results that school medicine considers impossible.

3. What do you think is SCENAR’s place in modern medicine and where does it really belong?

Unfortunately, SCENAR’s place in modern medicine is not very significant at the moment. In my opinion, the wide range of the possibilities of this device allows you to use it very efficiently in various medical areas. I hope that SCENAR will become a common part of them sooner or later and will at least be used in the combined and complex treatment of patients with different pathologies. However, the biggest effect can be achieved if you use SCENAR to systemic treatment of the entire body with all its problems, not just in the respective diagnoses.

4. How efficient is SCENAR in surgery?

SCENAR can also be used in different areas in surgery. For example – SCENAR therapy course as a preoperative patient preparation for planned operations. Our goal is to reduce contraindications and increase the overall immunity of the body as any surgery is stress. It can also be a post-operative treatment course to prevent and reduce post-operative aggravation. Another option is the local treatment of tissues in the projection of the upcoming surgery to prepare them for traumatization. Post-operative treatment in projection of surgery can in turn significantly accelerate the process of tissue rehabilitation and reduce the risk of post-operative aggravation without medication. It is important that SCENAR often helps patients avoid surgery. For example, it can abscesses, whitlows, etc. treatment. The same applies to the use of SCENAR in gynaecology, urology and other areas where surgical interventions are performed.

5. Should SCENAR become a common medical instrument such as stethoscope or tonometer?

We should target it. However, every doctor should recognize the necessity for themselves because of his own experience. It is unlikely that we can achieve the desired result by forcing them to use the device.

6. How do you judge the prospects for developing SCENAR therapy in your country and worldwide?

Interest in SCENAR and SCENAR therapy in Russia and worldwide is growing from year to year. However, the perspectives are quite ambiguous. The more effective the universal results of this device and technology, the more active the resistance of the structures SCENAR see as real competitors that can slow down their profits, even if this means a deterioration of the patient’s well-being. This is why in the future, we will likely experience the increasing pressure on various official bodies that aim to form certain opinions and adopt resolutions that would hamper the development of SCENAR technology and its integration into conventional medicine. Such integration requires extensive scientific research and studies demonstrating the efficiency of SCENAR and SCENAR therapy. This requires good funding that is currently missing. However, I hope that this device and technology will take their rightful place on the road to the most important goal after overcoming all obstacles – to keep people all over the world. By aspera ad astra.


RITM OKB ZAO is celebrating their 40th Anniversary

FREE- Webinar – SCENAR Professional Manual Settings – Repeat

Since many clients were not able to attend the webinars last week, RITM OKB ZAO have decided to re-do them in several days to accommodate as many people as possible. 

The webinar is focused on providing information about how to use the manual settings and the presets of the Professional SCENAR devices and when to use them. This is a brand new information based on the latest researches done in Russia.

We strongly recommend that all SCENAR Practitioners attend the webinar to upgrade their knowledge with this new information. 

Webinar Dates

Thursday (April 16) at 12:00 PM (Moscow time)
Friday (April 17) at 12:00 PM (Moscow time)
Monday (April 20) at 12:00 PM (Moscow time)
Tuesday (April 121) at 12:00 PM (Moscow time)

How to register

Please send us an email to [email protected].com and answer the following questions:
1. Your name
2. Model of your device (if you have one)
3. How did you learn about SCENAR?
4. Which day are you going to attend?

You will then receive a link to the Zoom webinar. 

Webinar recordings

All webinar attendees will receive a link to download the recorded webinar. 

Alternatively, the materials can be accesses in our online training website – https://www.ritmscenar.com.au/. The recordings are uploaded under WEBINARS sections of the following courses: 

LEVEL 1 Professional Training 

2018 Professional SCENAR devices operations and controls online training

SCENAR Practitioner Course

If your account is current, please login to https://www.ritmscenar.com.au/ and navigate to Webinars section to watch the videos. 

In case your account has expired, you can become a member of the SCENAR Practitioners Association (SPA) – https://scenarassociation.org.au/ and all your online trainings will be activated for free for the duration of your membership. Additionally, you will benefit 20% discount on our products.

Interview with Dr Monique Latar – anesthesiologist and head of the Department of Pain Therapy at a medical facility in Dax, France

Monique Latar is anesthesiologist and head of the Department of Pain Therapy at a medical facility in Dax, France. Since 2019, she has studied the efficiency of SCENAR therapy and describes the results of the treatment of chronic myalgia in hands and collar.

Dr Monique Latar, anesthesiologist and head of the Department of Pain Therapy at a medical facility in Dax, France.

Interview with Monique

Q: Can you please tell us how you became a SCENAR therapist?

A: I discovered SCENAR for myself when I treated a tape of an inflamed foot of one of my patients with his analogue and received a great, absolutely unpredictable result.

Q: Did this interest you in this field of medicine?

A: I told one of my colleagues about the results. And she again told me about the real SCENAR device. I tried it and immediately noticed the significant difference between a copy and the original device. I started using SCENAR to treat my patients and soon realized I needed to learn more about this little technological miracle. Me and my colleagues attended the SCENAR conference in Vienna and then to Berlin where I learned from Russian specialists. After that, Dr. Kulizskiy twice to our city of Biarritz and significantly expanded our knowledge of SCENAR therapy.

Q: What was your first impression after using SCENAR?

A: Very positive. The things I learned have only strengthened my faith and enthusiasm for SCENAR. This device is very useful for both patients and therapists. Today I already have about 5-6 years of SCENAR experience and use the device in almost all of my patients suffering from chronic pain. One of the nurses from my department also became a SCENAR therapist by watching me, and now it helps me work with an even larger number of patients.
I am an anesthesiologist but left surgery room 15 years ago to deal with patients with chronic pain. SCENAR is an invaluable device – easy to use and with great potential. I still feel like I’m not using 100 % of his abilities.

Q: Can you report on some of the most memorable patient cases?

A: I have many stories about miraculous improvements after SCENAR. Among them are neuralgia of the trigeminal nerve, which are usually untreatable, shoulder traumas that had disappeared after several minutes of treatment, and so on. When we treat chronic pain, it usually takes longer, but we help our patients in almost all cases.

Q: Have you ever had patients who were skeptical about SCENAR? How do you work with them?

A: When I suggest SCENAR treatment to my patients, I always briefly explain the treatment mechanism. Yes, some of them were skeptical, but none of them refused to try, and most were surprised by the immediate results.

Q: What do your colleagues think about your practice?

A: Some of them have watched me and also used SCENAR, others come and ask me for treatment. I never reject. Some don’t know. I understand this because it’s difficult to reject all medications, traditional treatment methods at once. I think patients are actually more willing for radical changes in the type of treatment than the doctors.

Q: Are you conducting clinical trials?

A: I wanted to study, but I am the only physician for pain therapy in the entire department and work part time. I have a very busy schedule and little time for scientific research, which I regret. Large hospitals in the large cities where many doctors work can do such studies, but this is difficult for small clinics.

RITM OKB ZAO is celebrating their 40th Anniversary

FREE Webinar – SCENAR Professional devices – manual settings

Webinar link

RITM OKB ZAO continues to publish and organise variety of training materials and sessions about the use of RITM SCENAR devices.  

The next webinar is dedicated to the manual settings of professional SCENAR devices. During the training, the meaning and purpose of all general parameters of the device will be clarified. All attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions or consult with RITM OKB ZAO specialists.

The webinar will take place on April 10, 2020, 7:00 PM Sydney time.

You can access the webinar by following this link:

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/639760308