Scenar – Scientific review

S.C.E.N.A.R. – Self-Controlled Energo Neuro
Adaptive Regulation is an advanced 21st Century electrotherpy. It “Turns on” you healthy nervous
system to help with healing. It evaluates your electromagnetic and sound
fields. In a dis-ease state, these field are sick and the SCENAR repairs them back to normal.
Over 30 years ago, Russian engineer, scientists, doctors from the from Special
Construction Bureau “RITM” (renamed as RITM OKB ZAO) commenced development work on
the concept of SCENAR or Self-Controlled Energo-Neuro-Adaptive Regulator invented by Alexander Karasev and
Prof. Revenko. The SCENAR was iused by the RITM OKB ZAO to
Russian Military and Space organizations and was improved over time with the Russian Space
Program. They used this non-invasive tool to help of the
body functions of the cosmonauts in space. The use of SCENAR technology began in Taganrog
in 1978. The actual treatment was invented by Professor Alexander Revenko. The SCENAR
instrument is capable of recognizing, preventing many health problems
and restoring health. The inventor of the SCENAR medicine – Prof. Revenko claims that
there are very few illnesses that the SCENAR cannot treat and often cure. The Effects of Scenar Action (SCENAR-Therapy) considerable improvement of the general state
with increase in adaptive ability of the organism; brining back to normal of the disturbed functions;
speeding up and slowing down the manifestations of pathological processes;
pain-killing; anti-inflammatory;
anti-allergic; anti-swelling;
normalization of the vascular and blood functions; endocrine-immunity respond of the organism;
normalization of the metabolic processes. S.C.E.N.A.R.
Self-Controlled Energetic Neuro-Adaptive Regulator Or
How to treat health issues in outer space. The Combination Of SCENAR And Activity Based
Program For The Rehabilitation Of Individuals Affected By Paralysis Using Rista-EPD Complex for Diagnostic Support
of SCENAR-Therapy in Gerontological Practice Biocontrollable electrostimulation in clinics
of nervous diseases S. A. Lishnevski, Likarska Sprava 2002;(7):68-70,
Kiev, Ukraine

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