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Free Webinars – Manual settings of professional SCENAR devices

Dear Friends and Colleagues!

For those who missed it or just joined our community, we are repeating the entry level training webinars. We are pleased to announce the new online zoom meetings coming up next week:

July 21, 7pm Sydney time (12:00 PM, Moscow time) – Manual settings of professional SCENAR devices
July 28, 7pm Sydney time (12:00 PM, Moscow time) – Manual settings of professional SCENAR devices

The webinars are free and open to everyone.


If you already participated in our previous webinars, you will receive a link via email. If it is your first time, please register by emailing to [email protected] using the following form:


1. Full name
2. Model of your device(s)
3. What is your SCENAR experience?
4. Do you have medical education?

Stay home and stay healthy with SCENAR! 

Using the Hair Comb Electrode

Application of the Comb electrode proved its efficiency in the treatment of various diseases. Using this electrode allows avoiding shaving the patient’s head and has a wide range of indications, including the treatment of: long-lasting sever and chronic diseases; brain-related pathologic processes (inflammatory, vascular, metabolic); higher nervous activity disorders (memory loss, agnosia, etc.); inadequate behaviour; hearing, smelling, coordination, visual impairment, etc.; any immedicable diseases probably having a psychosomatic origin; diseases of unknown pathogenesis; abnormal values of head energy detected during Voll’s test.

The effects of SCENAR cranial therapy are similar to the ones of SCENAR therapy, but they are often more pronounced. The most common of them are:
* mood improvement, performance in coordination, increased activity;

* better sleep; improved quality of senses; normalized behavioural reactions;

* improved mental activity; normalized head energy (according to the Voll test results);

* stimulation of the brain regions to partially perform the functions of the damaged regions (distant results after the treatment course).

Treatment techniques

Set comfortable treatment energy.

Slowly move the comb electrode along the head skin.

When you identify the zones with increased sensitivity, pay more attention to them (10-20 min) by keeping or moving the electrode in these areas and noticing the dynamics of the tingling sensations (in terms of one session and comparing to the previous sessions).

The treatment is carried out in the projections of the dysfunctional brain regions (taking into account the individual variability of the reflex zones).

If a patient is able to use the comb electrode himself, instruct him and let him work for 10-15 minutes (before or after the main procedure performed in the areas of general regulation) and ask him to comment his sensations while treatment.

If a patient is able to treat himself, treat the whole head, taking into account the projection zones of the affected CNS regions. Also, take into account the mimics and speech of the patient (there will be specific reactions when you identify the painful areas).

During the treatment sessions, the initial pain level is significantly reduced, the painful zones are decreased in size, and, sometimes, change their location.

During the following sessions, the painful areas are decreased and the pain is relieved, the tense of the head muscles is reduced.

Conclusion
1. Using the comb electrode additionally to the basic SCENAR treatment provides for more stable and fast treatment results.
2. There is a positive psychological influence since patients can actively participate in their treatment (if self-treatment is possible).
3. The treatment technique is quite easy – it takes less than a minute to instruct the patient.
4. The positive result of this treatment (pain relief) is clearly evident both for the therapist and the patient.
5. The final result is assessed 1-3 months after the treatment course (the rehabilitation process still continues during this period).

References
1. Samosuyk I.Z. et al. “Manual, Homeopathic, and Reflexotherapy of the Spinal Osteochondrosis”, Kyiv, Zdorovie, 1992, p.270.
2. Triumfov A.V. “Topic Diagnostics of the Nervous System Diseases”, Moscow, Medpress, 2000.
3. Chuprikov A.P. et al. “Lateral Therapy. Guide for Doctors”, Kyiv, Zdorovie, 1994.

S.V. Alyoshin, Rostov-on-Don, Russia

The 40th Anniversary SCENAR Conference postponed until spring 2021.

Dear friends and colleagues!

Over the past few months, we have continued to monitor the impact of COVID-19 and our ability to stage a successful SCENAR Conference later this year.

After thorough consideration and close consultation with our partners, we have made the decision to postpone the SCENAR Conference to the next year.

The International SCENAR Conference on SCENAR therapy dedicated to the 40th Anniversary of RITM OKB ZAO will take place in the spring months of 2021 at the Congress Center of ‘Olsanka’ Hotel, Prague, Czech Republic, with exact dates to be announced soon.

We regret that we are unable to host a conference this year and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We hope however that our SCENAR webinars were of great help to you.

If you do not have the records, please contact us at [email protected] to get them free. Also, if you would like to offer a topic for the next webinar, do not hesitate to share your ideas. Our mission to keep the SCENAR community connected and develop the online transacting, now more than ever.

Contact us today at [email protected] to express your willingness to attend the SCENAR Conference 2021 and to get more details on participating.

We look forward to discussing this with you in more detail.

Kind regards

RITM OKB ZAO Team