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I. P. Komarova, N. S. Ryazanov

SCENAR-therapy with model 035-4

Methods of therapeutic action with SCENAR series model 035-4

Method 1

This is the simplest method of action — individual action upon the organ projection or pathological focus. Projections of heart and stomach are parts of the body surface above heart and stomach respectively, etc.

It is called individual because form and duration of the pulse change depending on the area being acted upon. Shift the device and the pulse will change. Keep the device on the same area — the pulse will change again both in the area and organ projection.

Method 2

This is also a simple and very effective method of action — “individually-dosed method of action upon the back” also called “individually-dosed method of action — 3 tracks”.

Patient with any pathology can be conducted “3 tracks” method. Even if you know nothing about the pathology. Put the patient on the chair and first treat the middle vertical part of the back, i. e. projection on skin of spinous processes of all vertebrae, top-down. Then treat both paravertebral lines, 3 cm to the left and 3 cm to the right from the vertebral column, in individually-dosed mode. When SCENAR beeps — move it lower down, when beeps again, move it again and so forth.

Paravertebral lines can be treated:

  • symmetrically to vertebrae;
  • one after another down beginning from neck to coccygeal bone.

If you treat the patient according to “3 tracks” method every day, the positive therapeutic result is guaranteed.

Method 3

This method is described in instructions on use to SCENAR series models and is called “individually-dosed action”

In this case you should know what exactly pathological condition the patient is suffering from. For example, the patient has problems with stomach. In the instructions on use you can find areas which should be treated for this condition. Treat these areas either in individually-dosed or continuous mode, or in both modes — shifting from one to another.