The Pain Relief Centre has been providing Physiokey and Scenar training for therapists and medical professionals since 2010.
Debra Graham has been appointed by the Keytec, the Physiokey manufacturers as the sole provider for professional training in the UK.
Our professional training is aimed at medical professionals and complementary therapists providing pain management and rehabilitation: physiotherapists; pain nurses; occupational therapists, osteopaths, chiropractors, acupuncturists, naturopaths, sport massage therapists, etc.
Our training seminars are designed to ensure that the therapist is following the correct protocols using the Physiokey device to provide interactive, non-invasive neuro-stimulation therapy and to get the best therapeutic outcomes for the patient.
The Physiokey is a practitioner only device. The Physiokey and its associated training seminars are intended for medical, allied health professionals and complementary therapists with at least 2 years’ experience and a good working knowledge of musculoskeletal anatomy and physiology.
There are two levels of training which must be completed in order to become a UK insured and accredited Physiokey practitioner. However, If you are a fully trained Scenar therapist with a recognised level 1 and 2 certificate, then you will only be required to attend one day of training.
If you would like more information on how to become a Physiokey practitioner then please contact us.
"I am a natruopath, nutritionist and homeopath. Until I introduced scenar into my practice most chronic cases had been slow to respond but with scenar, people enjoyed more energy, reduced anxiety, and healing crises started to occur sooner (sometimes on the day of treatment). In addition, dramatic improvements in symptoms were sometimes happening during the treatment itself. My practice has become much busier as clients recommend me to their family and friends. I believe this technology will in future be widely used in hospitals and by paramedics in the UK as it is in Russia. Comparing it with drugs is a bit like comparing a bead counter with a computer. I have recently switched to the more user-friendly Physiokey which is simple to use and clients say feels nicer against the skin. It is when treating acutes that Scenar and Physiokey come into their own, visibly calming inflammation and stress, treating injuries and infections and speeding up wound healing. I wouldn’t be without it! "