Additional Methods For Efficient Identification
Of Treatmrnt Points And Delivery Of Treatment

Tennant J., Heaton M., Colleyville, USA

Traditional methods of SCENAR therapy can be time consuming, reducing the number of patients that can be helped per day. New methods have been identified that are very effective yet more time-efficient will be discussed. These include the Rotation technique (Tennant) and the "Brillo Pad" technique (Heaton).

SCENAR-Therapy: Comparative vs. Local Techniques

Tennant J., Colleyville, USA

Traditional SCENAR therapies are based on concepts of comparative readings to identify areas for treatment (dose and zero). It is assumed that it is necessary to point out to the brain the comparisons so that it will activate healing mechanisms. However, there is compelling evidence that healing is a local phenomenon that does not require the brain but is simply a matter of the voltage present in each cell membrane. There is also compelling evidence that Traditional Chinese Medicine concepts can be explained using traditional electronic concepts. Local vs. comparative concepts will be discussed suggesting why therapy is often faster and more complete using local concepts.

The Effect Of Correction Of The Bowling Ball Syndrome
With The SCENAR On Brain Theta Waves

Tennant J., Colleyville, USA

Correction of the Bowling Ball Syndrome, first described in Western Literature by Robert Boyd, DO, is one of the most effective means of solving back pain, migraines, TMJ, neck pain and restriction of motion, depression, and other brain injury problems associated with increased theta wave production. It also turns the craniosacral pump back on in minutes. The author has discovered that it is more efficient and effective to do this with the SCENAR than with the mechanical means described by Boyd. To help quantify the effects of this therapy, the author has measured pre- and post- therapy voltage for cranial theta waves. This information and other descriptions about the Bowling Ball technique will be discussed.