Olympic Athletes using RITM SCENAR®, a "Secret Weapon" for Pain.

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Australian athletes preparing for the London Olympic Games are using RITM SCENAR®, a " secret weapon" to treat acute, chronic and post operative pain caused by common sports injuries.

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"Essentially, the RITM SCENAR® Medical Device prompt's the body's own adaptive processes and facilitates restoration of homeostatic function; thereby reducing stress and effectively changing symptoms of pain and dysfunction". says Dr. Toni Bark

The non invasive pain relief device;RITM SCENAR® has been featured by Australia's most watched evening TV show; A Current Affair. Layne Beachley; 7 times World Surfing Champion claims that RITM SCENAR® enabled her to recover from her neck pain and win her final world surfing title. This new solution to pain is ideal for any type of pain, although it is particularly effective in treating acute pain caused by sport injuries. Dr Toni Bark MD, a leading Chicago physician explains that the device is unique in the way it triggers the brain to deliver the body's own healing capabilities, enabling the body to experience fast natural pain relief.

Olympic hopeful, Emma Nedov; a teenage gymnast from Sydney who is the reigning Commonwealth World Junior Champion on the beam apparatus has been using RITM SCENAR® since she was 10 years old and credits the device for enabling her to recover from her frequent injuries and get back to training in the shortest possible time. Together with Jo Brigden Jones, who has qualified for the London Olympics in the Sprint Kayaking event, they are using RITM SCENAR® as a vital element in their Olympic preparation.


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