E.N.A.R. ENAR ™ stands for Self Controlled Neuro Adaptive Regulator. Scenar is the smaller personal home version, of the larger Therapist Scenar device. The Scenar has all the whistles and bells. The Enar works just a well, and with training is a very effective personal device.
ENAR ™ - handheld thingo
Read on for Eddie's own words about the spectacular results of Enar for pain relief.
Eddie Dowd, Ipswich QLD, September, 2006
What were you doing on your twenty-first?
I remember mine well. That's the day I mashed my spine in a football accident that left me without the use of my right leg. That was in 1966. Tears? Gnashing of teeth? Even more than a drop of despair? Of course. What's a good tragedy without drama, especially when it happens to yourself. But enough of the gore and pathos, suffice to say that a laminectomy and a lot of motivation gave me enough mobility to get me back on my feet. But there was a cost - pain. And there was a solution - painkillers. The more pain, the more...
And so the years ticked by.
Get doing, crash, get up, eventually get going again, get doing, a self-repeating cycle that increased my ingenuity for survival and produced a resume that reads like the key selection criteria for the man for all seasons. In time, the inevitable happened. My quirky walking style, the envy of Quasi Modo I hear, did the unmentionable to my patella and it was plucked unceremoniously from its comfort zone, leaving my knee with the dubious ability to bend in more than one direction. More pain, more...
Fitness became a thing of the past.
I know, I know. Get those bootstraps pulling. Cut the excuses. But, but... moan... blubber upon blubber... getting s-l-o-w-e-r... and into a wheelchair for the past ten years. With more of the simulated normality, chemical-wise.
Until...What's a story without a happy ending?
Some see reality being stuck where you are but that was not for me. I met an amazing man, Steve, last April. He's a lifeguard but I prefer the older term, life-saver. He had this handheld thingo, an ENAR device. He told me it was really effective in the War against Pain (okay, that's my version but you get the general idea). I was less than enthusiastic as, after all, I had been searching for that utopia for forty years. 'What's to lose?' Steve asked. 'What indeed.' Original, Punchy. Even politely cynical, but I kept that to myself. He was right all the same.
I had given up on conventional practices
now was the time for something different. And so it came to pass that I let him at my back. Three and a half minutes later I went from 80% pain to 20%.Two days later, the rest went and it has never returned.
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Scenar therapy plus joint mobilisation therapy
40 years of unsatisfying treatments for neck pain, since a car accident that left me unconscious-then I met Geoff and Alice! Friendly, intelligent, helpful people AND they cured me. Wished I had followed my son's advice years go, when they did the same for him.
Now I have my own Enar, for my own practise.