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Using Scenar for Treatment of Acute Muscular / Skeletal Injuries
Vivienne Constad | 14.08.2006
(Report presented at the IX International conference “High Technologies of Restorative Medicine: professional longevity and quality of life”, ASVOMED 2006, Sochi)
© Dr. Vivienne Constad
The average time of recovery for these conditions is dependent on how quickly after the injury the patient receives treatment.
For example, the case of a 78 year old woman with osteo conditions.
Having been diagnosed by the emergency unit with a double fracture to the ankle she was sent home as the wait of 8 hours for specialist attention had caused so much swelling that they were unable to plaster the injury. She was attended to with SCENAR within the following 12 hours.
Her sessions were given on a twice-daily basis.
Within the first session 75% of the swelling subsided.
After 2nd session all bruising came out, 75% of it recovered.
After 4th session mobility was greatly improved, say 80%.
After 6th session 95% of the bruising was gone, mobility returned to normal and there was no pain now even without the influence of SCENAR.
Plus her return to the emergency unit confirmed that there were now no fractures, cracks or damage to this ankle at all.
Also the influence of the electrical biofeedback (of SCENAR) enabled her body to heal a number of other complaints that she had suffered with for more than 30 years, including eczema between the fingers, tinnitus and a major improvement with her chronic asthma.
There was also a marked improvement in the arthritis in her shoulders and upper spine. She was now able to lie down to sleep. For many years her sleeping position had been sitting up with the aid of 4 pillows. She was now able to walk totally unaided unlike before where she used 2 sticks, and her feeling and vitality improved to that of her previous 20 years.
Now the case of a 57 yr old female (diagnosed with the onset of osteoporosis).
The fracture of her ankle was 13 days before the first SCENAR session. A bone density scan had shown a degree of degeneration to some bones, mostly hip. The ankle and lower leg had been put in a plaster cast at the emergency unit. (Obviously this meant that we worked on the good leg in more areas than we were able to on the plastered leg.)
Treatment was administered twice daily as in the previous case until session 10.
Then daily until session 13 followed by twice weekly until session 19.
The plaster was removed on the 19thsession.
Then, SCENAR commenced twice weekly again until session 26.
The decision as to frequency of treatment was made partially by a suggestion from myself and then confirmed by the person, whose symptoms would return or lessen. Only this would determine frequency. The final session was the 27th session, which was two months and 13 days from the initial injury.
The injury was sustained during a fall and knees and ribs and arms and shoulders were all included in the healing process, as they had all sustained some form of trauma. This was not all apparent at the time of initial injury, but during the course of treatment, symptoms did evolve and as with this therapy, they were highlighted to the brains attention and as such then normalized by the process of SCENAR. After this last session full mobility was restored and all signs of injury were 100% recovered.
Her bone density scan showed a normal result since then.
In both cases, the doctors at the emergency units gave medication for pain relief. But in each case none was used, only the use of SCENAR and to keep the leg elevated. Plus, suggestions and general advice from myself, regarding various mineral supplements to aid the body in its own repair and recovery of shock and trauma.
In both of these cases the recovery was 100%. In fact the recovery had also taken place to areas that were not specifically addressed at the time, just prioritorised by the body for healing itself. The time difference was very marked between the two. This is attributed to the initial time delay of SCENAR being administered. The older lady was very much faster to heal as the injury was worked on closer to the time of impact. Even though she was a great deal older and with more complications to the body itself.
There were no adverse reactions in either cases and both were treated by the VX735Ag device. It was also noted that in both cases the emotional status of each person was very good and they both seemed to have greater energy than they expected. This enabled them to maintain the exercises that they had been given to do, with for example toes etc. They were generally very bright and lively despite their injuries.
In 54 other musculoskeletal cases the comparison that has been made has been in the start time of initial session that has seemingly hastened the results.
Actually I have noted the same kinds of differences with stroke patients. Treated within 3 hours and there has been 95% and often 100% recovery in the same day and following 2 days as compared to a delay of more than 3 months prior to treatment causing two or three courses and break periods to regain 80% or more recovery.
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Dr. Vivienne Constad, London, UK