Non-professinal use | Harriet Lee | 17.09.2015I have a SCENAR story…
I was wakened in the early morning with lots of ugly pain in my abdomen…kidney stone, I have been down that stony path before. I finally got the “Bright” idea how about I use my device..so I did. I was able to get the pain “gone” and go back to sleep...
Case studies | Dr. Soo-Kyung Kim | 8.09.2015
The patient was 38 year old female with severe pus-forming inflammation (furuncle) on the left upper eyelid.
1. No antibiotic during and after the Cosdmodic therapy has been given.
2. x2 points on the finger of both hands, x 1 point on the posterior neck of both left and right, x 2 points on the lower left eyelid, totalling x 8 points were selected for the application of electrode probe....
Overviews | Dr. Soo-Kyung Kim | 7.09.2015
The electrode was applied not for ENT organs disease.
1. I have applied the new electrode to patients with musculoskeletal problems,...
Case studies | Vivienne Constad | 20.08.2015
Age: 49 years Large healthy male not usually affected by ailments or conditions. Works long hours and holds down a very...
Sergey Valentinovich Aleshin
“SCENAR+” Centre of intensive recovery of health
14“a” Rossiyskaya str., Rostov-on-Don, Russia
tel. +7 863 254 05 58
fax +7 863 227 85 58
“The most obvious effects of SCENAR manifest in urgent and intensive-care cases (any injuries and their complications and after-effects, vascular damages, bleeding, stroke, infarction, burn, frostbite, poisoning, severe pain, etc.). No matter how severe the condition of the body is, the first thing you can do to help the patient is placing the SCENAR on the aching or problem area. After that you can start thinking what you should do next. SCENAR is one of the essentials which should be used by the doctor to timely and effectively help the patient. The sooner you apply SCENAR, the more effective will be its action.
SCENAR is not a universal remedy for all diseases. But it can be a wonderful tool in the hands of a good doctor, in addition to his knowledge, experience and professional skills.”
Sergey Aleshin, Centre of intensive recovery of health “SCENAR+”, Rostov-on-Don, Russia