Self-controlled energo-neuro-adaptive-regulation known as scenar therapy was developed in Russia to equip aeronauts with a method for treating illness and accidental injury with therapy that did not involve potential pollutants for the spacecraft’s life-support system. The small, hand-held device is powered by batteries and delivers a low voltage current but an extremely complex system of energy waves that mimic the body’s nervous system. The model used in the case study is a more complex model known as a cosmodic. It’s registered name is ENART. It can be programmed by therapists to meet a wide range of remedial treatments involving inflammation, pain, cognitive and emotional issues and allergic reactions to mention a few.
Trauma and pain have long been recognized as related problems involving overlapping physical and emotional distress. Both problems also involve similar mechanisms such as somatic “memories,”