Reciprocal principles in SCENAR therapy.

Reciprocal principles in SCENAR therapy


Did you know that during our webinars we present SCENAR information in ways people can easily understand. All the PowerPoint/Slideshow presentations are readable and topic relevant. We use clear, simple and concise statements in English that help our audience successfully translate (if needed) the presentation into any foreign language.
We pay close attention to plain language and design of our materials to enhance ease of use for all readers (not the live webinar participants) and word-for-word translations from English into any desired language.
All the techniques discussed during the webinars are shown according to the algorithms of application.

When treating with SCENAR there are times when direct (local) treatment of a complaint is impossible due to it being inaccessible or perhaps too painful to touch. Further, in cases where no dynamic is achieved through local, symmetrical or horizontal treatment, the reciprocal part of the body to the complaint is located and SCENAR therapy is applied to that reciprocal.

Reciprocal principles in SCENAR therapy simply involve ‘mapping’ the body and locating the complaint according to reciprocal principles.

By applying reciprocal principles to the complaint, treatment can be focused on the reciprocal area to the complaint.

It is amazing to observe the difference in patients from the time they begin SCENAR therapy session to an hour or so later when they leave!

They report their pain has lessened a lot and they are calm and relaxed.

In this webinar will be presented:

  1. What is reciprocity and its principles
  2. In what cases are reciprocal zones used?
  3. How to choose the right reciprocal zone
  4. Features of treatment of reciprocal zones.
  5. Practical advice for the use of reciprocal zones in the following cases:

No access to active complaint zone:

  • Operated injuries
  • Haemorrhoids
  • Severe inflammation in the nerve
  • Inflammation of the sciatic nerve
  • Facial neuritis
  • Prolonged chronic pain and inflammation, or dysfunction of an organ
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Chronic sinusitis
  • In pediatric practice.

Past webinar

Past webinar recorded and available for purchase and download! You can find it on the link.

Our trainer – Dr. Elena Rassomakhina, MD (Sweden) is a trained physician in general medicine from First Moscow State Medical University. Since 1995, she has been specializing in functional and complementary medicine in the EU and Russia. She was a supervisor and a visiting doctor at medical companies, which promoted SCENAR therapy in the EU. There she gained experience in conducting trials using SCENAR treatment of various diseases. This broad combination of knowledge and 20 years of experience allows her to professionally treat people with various acute or chronic complaints (such as various types of chronic pain in the back and joints, sport injury, ENT diseases, allergic rhinitis and allergic skin disorders, stress, depression, insomnia, hormonal disorders, weight control problems, irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease, diarrhea and constipation, food intolerance, eczema, acne, ADHD, autistic syndrome, anxiety, and more). Currently her practice – Alter Homeo HB – is in Sweden.

Our webinars are intended for a global audience, so official language is English.

We encourage you to register to watch this interactive webinar in real time, so that you can benefit from the live Q&A where we will answer all your pressing questions throughout.

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