The Skenar — healthcare’s best kept secret
The Skenar is a healing device, which looks like a television remote control.
It was invented in Russia by a team of doctors and scientists for the benefit of cosmonauts, as they were unable to take drugs or medication whilst in space. The Skenar was kept a secret for over 20 years and was only released to the western world a few years ago. It uses various frequencies, intensities and other settings depending on the chronic or acute nature of the condition being treated.
The Skenar works by making the body’s own immune system work more efficiently and it stimulates the nervous system into promoting healing. It ‘reads’ the skins resistance levels and sends a continuous biofeedback signal which is constantly changing to whatever the body requires. It helps to remove ‘energy blocks’ which we call disease. It is also a diagnostic unit, which helps to detect the original location of a problem, ensuring the correct area for treating. During a treatment, the patient will feel a slight tingling sensation whilst the Skenar is being moved across the skin. It is safe, painless and non-invasive. The main contraindication is anybody with a pacemaker or other electronic implant.
Skenar is used by over 600 doctors in Russia and thousands of therapists. In the UK, over 60 doctors are trained in its use. It is now gaining in popularity and becoming more widely known due to its phenomenal ability to promote the body into healing itself.
Dan Luger, the famous rugby player has used Skenar therapy for the treatment of any injuries he might encounter. It is especially effective in the use of sports injuries as it speeds up the healing process. Conditions which would normally take months to heal, can be reduced to weeks. Similarly, conditions which would normally take weeks to heal, can be reduced to days. Skenar can be used for practically any condition as it ‘teaches’ the body to heal itself.
The number of sessions required can vary; it depends whether the condition being treated is chronic or acute. The average amount of sessions for a recent problem like an sprain or a frozen shoulder could be around four to six sessions, however, more serious conditions will take longer.
An extreme sportsman came to me as a patient after suffering a serious accident and being told he would not be able to continue his sports. After a course of treatment he recovered fully and went off to do a helicopter snowboard jump in Russia.
Some of the conditions the Skenar can treat include:
- Sports injuries
- Frozen shoulder
- Tennis elbow
- Respiratory conditions
- Muscle inflammation
- Ligament injuries
- Circulatory conditions
- Pain relief
To find out more about the Skenar or place an order please email us or call 08707 10 10 12.