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After more than 10 years of clinical experience, Danielle has a large case history and is now one of the most highly trained and experienced SCENAR Practitioners in the United States. Danielle currently holds certifications in the highest levels that can be attained in SCENAR Therapy, and is one of only two practitioners in the USA to receive specialized training in the new advancements of SCENAR Therapy by Professor Revenko himself (the creator of the SCENAR Modality). Danielle has also been trained in Frequency Specific Microcurrent, studied Energy Medicine and Bioresonance with the Da Vinci College of Holistic Medicine, and is a Certified Neuromuscular Massage Therapist.
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Hi, my name is Danielle Palmer and I am a SCENAR technician. So what is SCENAR? Well SCENAR stands for Self-Controlled Energy Neuro-Adaptive Regulation. And it’s a microcurrent frequency device that is an FDA class two medical device that is approved for the treatment of acute and chronic pain. So what makes SCENAR good are different from everything else out there? Well, SCENAR are not only uses microcurrent frequency but its impulses are extremely different from any other type of device. So what it does is it actually mimics the same impulses that we use in the nervous system. And because of that, it’s basically speaking the same language as your body central computer. So because of that and because of how rapidly it communicates, your body can never get used to it. And that’s one of the main differences but also it not only speaks the same language as your body but it also actively negotiates with your body for the highest rate of change. Here at the center we use this for acute and chronic pain as well as regulating the nervous system into a state of homeostasis.