SCENAR Therapy

The SCENAR (Self-Controlled Energy Neuro Adaptive Regulator) device is a non-invasive, safe, and painless treatment for acute and chronic pain, as well as nervous system and functional disorders. It is effective in changing persistent, “stuck” patterns that are resistant to most other forms of treatment.


Forty years ago, Russian physicists, in collaboration with medical doctors, invented the SCENAR device. A group of scientists around the prominent engineer, Dr. Alexander Karasev, and the equally prominent physicians, Dr. Yuri Godinkel and Dr. Alexander Revenko, developed the device and its therapeutic application.


A SCENAR device is foremost a biofeedback device. That means that any SCENAR application is guided by the reaction of the skin towards the electrical influence of the SCENAR impulse.

  1. SCENAR can be applied to acute pain, e.g., after injury or surgery and in sports medicine, as well as to areas of chronic pain. By applying SCENAR to the affected site several effects are well documented: There is a marked reduction in pain - SCENAR stimulates the release of endorphins
  2. There is a marked reduction of swelling at the affected site
  3. There is a fast improvement in functionality, e.g., mobility of joints
  4. There is a measurable improvement in blood circulation
  5. There is a measurable anti-inflammatory effect
  6. SCENAR stimulates neuropeptide release which helps with a faster regeneration and repair.


The list of diseases SCENAR is used to treat includes traumas, injuries, fractures, burns, various articular and musculoskeletal system diseases, gynecology, infertility, cosmetic problems, recovery after surgical operations, nervous, respiratory and cardiovascular systems diseases, gastroenterology and even some surprising indications, such as autism and ADHD.


The list of conditions or body systems for which SCENAR treatments are recommended by German physicians is long and includes the following:

  • skeletomuscular system
  • nervous system
  • upper and lower respiratory tract
  • digestive tract
  • urogenital tract
  • sensory organs
  • immune system,
  • skin diseases
  • cardiovascular diseases
  • endocrine disturbances