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Cerebellar Ataxia (New EX735Ag Modific)

Michael Beasley MS, NCBTMB, AIBT | 9.11.2011

Patient Details:

Gender/age: 61 Year Old Male Presented condition, complaints: Cerebellar Ataxia — Unsteady gait, tremors, difficulty speaking smoothly caused by shrinkage of the cerebellum, a genetic disorder.

Past medical history (if available): Strong family history of Cerebellar Ataxia dating back 2 generations.


Time of action during session: 5–10 mins

Action modes used:
Slider 10 — Auto
COSMODIC Myo set to 35% (Little Wings)
Compared to 735AGModific A3, S2 Modes.

Areas treated: 3 Pathways 6 Points, Palm Zones: C7, Sacrum, ST36, K1, Adrenals, L3-L5. Little Wings at 40%.

Change of the patient's condition during and after session: Client's use of the previous version of EX735Ag Modific and/or new EX735Ag Modific with Slider modes had to be brief (5-10 minutes of total exposure time). If/when the SCENAR/Cosmodic was used for longer periods, the effect was to favor a minor healing crisis that could result conditions worsened temporarily. If Client entered mild healing crisis, the duration was minutes to at most 6 hours after which overall conditions improved, then plateaued and wore off so that another session was performed.

Total number of sessions: 5

Total time of treatment (days, weeks): Twice weekly

Final result of treatment: General overall temporary improvements if 735s are used sparingly, main improvements are driven by LENS, Low Energy Neurofeedback System. If gait instability occurred condition could be improved using 7 frequency Low Level LASER (42 mW) done Spine and around upper torso/head area using 660nm LASER probe.


This was one case where the LENS (Low Energy Neurofeedback System) was the best suited to the client, the electrical nature of the SCENAR/Cosmodic seemed to consistently be too strong (for the client at this stage of the therapy process). Plan is to increase exposure time to the Slider as client progresses and becomes more hardy/less reactive to this technology.

Comments on the new device working: Client commented that the 735 AGSlider (A3 mode) seemed powerful and yet smoother than the 735AG Modific (A3 mode), and the Slider seemed to have a faster response. The preference was the 735AG Slider, even though its use had to limited during the sessions.

Michael Beasley MS, NCBTMB, AIBT