SCENAR Therapy PT

Pricing - Principle Remedial Therapists (John or Paula)

15 Minutes - $30.00
30 Minutes - $53.00
45 Minutes - $75.00
60 Minutes - $85.00
90 Minutes - $124.00
120 Minutes - $162.00 

What is SCENAR?

The SCENAR (Self Controlled Energo Neuro Adaptive Regulator) is a hand-held, electro-stimulation therapeutical medical device. SCENAR therapy is unique because it interactively locates measures, and prompts problem areas in the body (asymmetries) through the skin to help relieve pain and restore function.

Where is SCENAR from?

SCENAR was developed for the Russian space programme to overcome the unique problems of space travel by doctors and scientists in the late 1970s. Today SCENAR is a mainstream medical modality in Russia and there it has very many applications.

How does SCENAR work?

SCENAR works by helping the body to heal itself. As the body adjusts to many environmental and internal influences it is said to be maintaining homeostasis. When the body is unable to adjust to impacts and influences it may go into physical dysfunction and pathology. SCENAR seeks to help the body regain homeostasis by finding and treating ‘asymmetries’ which are tell-tale signs and areas where homeostasis is not present. This is the central principle of the SCENAR treatment approach, and this means that SCENAR can be used to treat problems anywhere in the body.

Acceptance of SCENAR

SCENAR is not an experimental therapy. In Russia SCENAR is a mainstream medical modality. The Russian experience suggests that it can be effectively used on patients suffering with a very broad range of disorders and diseases. SCENAR has been authorized for clinical use by the Health Ministry of Russia since 1986. Today SCENAR is finding increasing acceptance by practitioners in many countries. Russian results are supported by five years feedback in Europe, USA and Australia. Health practitioners, therapists, as well as members of the public, now use SCENAR devices to great effect worldwide.
In Australia, there are two SCENAR devices currently listed on the ARTG with the TGA, the SCENAR Professional and the ENAR Personal. Formal research trials by Macquarie University.