We use the ENAR device

ByBelinda Verne

We use the ENAR device

As every body is different, we need to be open to using a variety of tools and techniques to help eliminate pain and restore function and wellbeing. One of them regularly used is the ENAR (Electro Neuro Adaptive Regulator) device. It can be used alone, but I find in combination with chiropractic adjustments it allows for faster and greater recovery.

What exactly is ENAR? 

ENAR therapy relives pain and improves function naturally and often with sustained results. It can be used for a variety of painful conditions and in randomised control trials (RCT) was also seen to help restore and maintain general health in including emotional and mental health.

How does ENAR do it?

It measures the “reflex-biofeedback” change in the skin, and interprets these changes. Changes in the skin are zones or areas of asymetry where normal homeostasis or balance is not present or optimal. When ENAR is applied to the body, signals are prioritised to these “bad” areas and communication is amplifies from the sensory nerve endings of the peripheral nervous system. The brain processes this input and initiates a response back by transmitting new information through the central nervous system (CNS) to the muscles and glands coordinating a regular responses.

What does it feel like?

The most common response I get is a “prickly” feel. Though there are no prickles involved. The ENAR device uses a small smooth metal surface to send signals through.

For RMIT Uni and Macquarie Uni research results please see: https://www.enar.com.au/research/

For ENAR therapy alone or in combination, please call or online book your appointment.

About the author

Belinda Verne administrator

Belinda is a Central Coast based Chiropractor. She is interested in the body's ability to naturally heal and loves learning about how quantum physics can be used to understand different and deeper layers of health. Belinda has a Bachelor's degree in Chiropractic Science and Masters in Chiropractic from Macquarie University. Belinda's passion is educating people how to stay healthy, recognise early signs of dysfunction before disease, and improve the quality of their lives physically, emotionally and spiritually. When not in clinic nor writing she loves spending time outside with the family and emerging herself in the present as much as possible.

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