I just read a very informative thread on Bemer 3000 and wondered how it compares to the SCENAR that I am trying. I skeptically tried this treatment, with no ill effects, and didn't notice anything after I had it done. But I slept really well that night and the next day I had significantly reduced pain in my neck and shoulders (which is constant for me). I was introduced to this by my doctor who uses it for family members who have familial dysautonomia. She was able to prevent an autonomic episode and now uses it with her patients as well. Since I have dysautonomia it will also help to regulate my overstimulated autonomic system. I go for a second treatment tomorrow. Here is some info on SCENAR: In principle the SCENAR (Self-Controlled Energo Neuro Adaptive Regulation) device works as a catalyst on the body's immune system. The SCENAR reads the resistance level of the skin and relays this information to the brain via the skin itself. This accelerates the body's healing mechanism through stimulation of the neuropeptides in each damaged cell. In addition the SCENAR could be used to treat individuals whose bodies do not repair themselves properly as a result of chronic illness. A classic example of this is suffers of fibromyalgia where SCENAR may act as a regeneration and pain management tool. The SCENAR can be used on most types of disease or injury: circulatory, sensory, respiratory, neurological, genito-urinary, musculoskeletal, gastro-intestinal, endocrine, immune and psychological disorders. The body can get accustomed to a stable pathological state, which may have been caused by injury, disease or toxicity. The SCENAR initiates the healing process by stimulating the production of regulatory peptides for the body to use where necessary, thereby re-establishing the body's natural physiological state. Neuro and other regulatory peptides are produced by C-fibres, which comprise 85% of all nerves in the body. C-fibres react most readily to SCENAR electro-stimulation and the peptides produced last up to several hours, meaning the healing process will continue long after the treatment is over. It is different form TENS which is at an impulse that is too high for the body, especially those of us who are sensitive. SCENAR is set to your body's own nervous system impulses. TENS caused my involuntary movements to "kick up" and overstimulated my nervous system, SCENAR did not have any adverse effect just calming ones. It is extremely expensive to own so I will take my time in evaluating and saving, and saving, and saving....:scared: I was wondering if anyone else has had experience with the SCENAR and if so, did it help??? Any input would be great! Thanks!!