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First overview and impressions of the EX735Ag (Slider x2)

Vivienne Constad | 25.03.2013

Handle of device feeling — nice weight and feel to device.

A good energy feel from this device.

Signal felt very comfortable and stabile.

Very gentle — more so than previous versions. But at the same time felt internally deeper.

The more I worked, the nicer it felt, very gentle and smooth — I like this.

One big change — this is now once again incorporating pain relief and local work once again. As I worked on a couple of people for small acute injuries that they sustained yesterday and immediately it actually felt within a couple of minutes really changed!

Have worked so far in:

  • Scenar-Cosmodic-Slider 5
  • Scenar-Cosmodic Slider Auto
  • Comodic-Slider Myo
  • Scenar Slider Myo
  • Scenar Myo

All have had a good effect and changed immediate symptoms really fast.

Scenar Myo appeared to go really deep on an acute pain and the patient was really impressed with the pain relief in this setting.

I think this device will be great in regular silver electrodes but very much better with the wider width — this really does make a difference — my feeling is that with the wider width the signal is focused far more specifically to the right place and concentrates better on what is being done. And the side buffers are more efficient.

The feeling on the skin in this way is extremely gentle and the person gets a better feel good factor.

The treating time is similar but in some settings the symptoms go faster, or at least more efficiently. They appear to be faster as you can feel them get less.

But overall I think a good treatment will be similar timing as last device.

Overall — I love it!

Its good — efficient — stabile and felt great in the hand.

Some time later...

It takes a session or two of working to understand more of these details.

I very much like having the Scenar-Slider Myo (even though I am not exactly sure yet of the difference!!)

It is a little confusing having so many settings of modes. But nice to have the choice.

Menu — good, I found it also easy use.

To be frank, after using the new prototype, when I picked up the previous version of the Slider (which I use with the gold electrodes) in my hand for the first time, it felt boring to me!!

I love it, but the new one has already taken me over!!

Comparison of the previous EX735Ag Slider and EX735Ag Slider x2

As regarding comparison to last Slider — Slider x2 is the better one to use. I now no longer like the previous Slider as a choice. I prefer this new one.

It is incredibly accurate in its finding what is needed. Almost everyone can feel where it is working regardless of where it is being placed.

Even those who never knew before very much, now are getting sensations all over the body!!

It picks up just what we want to work with and is very efficient and changing mood and feelings of acute pain.

Action modes and settings

As for the action modes I am using the Scenar- Slider and Scenar-Slider Myo a lot these few days and it’s great!

I also like the Cosmodic-Slider. To have these new options makes sense to me and seems to make differences too. I like also the way the MYO settings have slider and also seem to dose properly.

Or should I say dose like the Slider modes more.

As for the settings.

I like very much the Slider settings, both Scenar and Cosmodic.

I am more impressed with the improvement in Sliders of both modes.

Cosmodic Slider takes longer to observe results as this is the nature of the setting, I believe, but I can see how much more accurate they are, as Scenar-Slider is quite clear to see changes really fast.

So for general treating and diagnostic I am using Scenar-Cosmodic Slider auto or Scenar-Cosmodic Slider 5.

And for local working to acute injury Scenar-Slider Auto immediately followed by Scenar-Slider Myo.

The sliders feel to me, much improved over plain Cosmodic or Scenar.

They feel to me more accurate and deeper although more gentle.

Overall I am finding:

Better to take diagnostic in Scenar-Cosmodic Slider Auto — for accuracy and overall information.

Then to choose between Slider in either Scenar or Cosmodic depending on how recent the injury or how localised it is.

If I have worked in the chosen Slider, for example, for a local pain to an area and there is soft tissue or skeletal damage also, then I finish in a MYO setting.

Always a Slider but it will be, for example, Cosmodic depending on if it is an older or chronic symptom. If it is acute, soft tissue or skeletal then I will choose Scenar-Slider Myo.

If there is a new patient and the condition is undefined and they do not have much of a specific symptom that is worse than another, only then will I use Scenar-Cosmodic Slider 5 or Auto to work in as well as taking readings. That way the body gets the best of a general overall treating and then the next session a specific symptom will have become uppermost and I can then take it from there more specifically.

It’s the easy way forward and if I'm tired and don't have to think much!!

So in short:

Chronic old problems, been there a long time and systemic — genetical impairment — Cosmodic Slider

Acute injury, soft tissue, skeletal — local fracture, acute infection, high temperature, sore throat, common cold, flu, sickness — vomiting — insect bite etc. — Scenar Slider

For diagnostic and taking readings, lazy working (not having to use intuition at all but automatic) or general preventative work, small symptoms in general and nothing specific — Scenar–Cosmodic-Slider

I love the Sliders!!!!

The materials were provided by
Dr. Vivienne Constad, London, UK