Micro-current Biofeedback originates in Russia. Over 30 years ago Russian scientists working with Aerospace development invented a technology called SCENAR – Self Controlling Energy Neuro Regulation. It was developed to be non-invasive and portable for space travel. Now we are fortunate enough to have this portable technology to fit in our purses and briefcases.
Many people are familiar with TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulator) which has been used many years in the USA for pain management. The micro-current biofeedback units went beyond this technology by leaps and bounds. It includes a biofeedback mechanism that allows us to take electrical readings from the body. Additionally it incorporates concepts from Traditional Chinese Medicine in that it can be used with particular pressure points if desired. This device is now commonly used in Russia but is relatively new in the United States.
My favorite device is called the DiaDens PCM. The methodology works with the nervous system. By tuning in various frequencies the device can apply electricity to the body. The subject will feel a tingling sensation. This can be used to stimulate the nervous system and manage pain. My experience with this device came after an automobile accident. The injury caused condition called Syringomyelia, that left a permanent cyst in my spinal cord. This condition causes chronic pain and nerve damage. Since I prefer to avoid medications, this has been a blessing to me to manage my pain in a safe and effective manner. It’s also helpful to stimulate the nerves when I have tinging or loss of feeling. I don’t like to go anywhere without my my micro-current. It’s amazing to me how effective such a small device can be. Not only is it portable but it’s relatively affordable. Besides pain management there are various techniques that are useful for muscle relaxation and nerve support.
Since this device comes from Russia there are limited resources in English. If you would like more information on how to purchase and use this device please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org