AcuScen (Adaptive Compact Universal Self-Correcting Electro Neuro-Stimulator) is a new device developed from S.C.E.N.A.R. technology for electro-therapy. It creates biological effects in living organisms through electrical pulses of variable energy, form and frequency. Also, it measures skin impedance and can automatically adjust the subsequent pulse, so that a form of biofeedback can take place during treatment.
AcuScen-therapy has proven highly effective in many European hospitals in the treatment of a wide variety of diseases, including pathologies of digestive, respiratory, cardio-vascular and nervous systems. The “AcuScen AUTO” setting on the device can be applied for pain-relief and anti-stress purposes. A variety of normal biological responses and adaptation mechanisms are involved in the therapeutic processes during AcuScen therapy. AcuScen has anti-inflammatory, anti-oedema, anti-allergic and pain-relieving effects. It can stimulate or sedate aspects of the immune and endocrine system functioning, as well as normalizing microcirculation, and metabolism. It has important effects on the production of endorphins, P-substance, and neuropeptides. AcuScen technology delivers a bi-polar electrical impulse, which resembles the natural impulses of the neural cells. The operator can modify the amplitude, frequencies, and form of the impulse.