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Monday - Friday: 9.00am – 5:30pm
105-107 Bath Road
Cheltenham GL53 7LE
Tel.: +44(0)1242 210 954
Email: info@interxclinic.com

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Male, C.W. 32 years old Fracture of the head of the humerus Fall on the shoulder whilst snowboarding, a week ago before coming for Interx treatment. A fracture was confirmed by X-Ray with the prescribed standard treatment to immobilize it with a sling. In order to speed up healing, this patient was treated with the InterX device. First, the area of the shoulder was scanned with 360PPS and area of exact projection of the fracture was identified and stimulated for 20 minutes, followed by treatment of the back of the neck and upper thoracic area (anterior and posterior aspect) to relax muscular spasm associated with mild whiplash injury. The patient was provided with the personal InterX Sport device and dual flexible array to cover (like a sandwich) the shoulder area. Home use treatment protocol was to use  Preset 4 and apply the dual flex array to the shoulder for 20 minutes and back of the neck for 10 minutes, two – three times day. Progress was checked after a week of application, there was no sign of local inflammation such as swelling, redness, or pain. This patient did not experience pain through out the treatment process and recovered smoothly after […]

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A range of accessory electrodes are available to expand the capability and flexibility of your InterX device. The accessory electrodes have the following features : Tailored designs for a variety of applications, including unattended use Different sizes for specific surface areas Same interactive neurostimulation   InterX Dome ElectrodeFor the comfortable and easy application of treatment over large areas. Provides larger electrode coverage to enhance the treatment of larger muscular areas, for example, the thighs, shoulders or back. Compartibe with all models. Sales to UK only, please contact us if you are outside UK£150 + VAT (£180.00) UK Shipping fee £9   InterX Comb ElectrodeDesigned to treat the scalp and other areas of the body where hair may interfere with electrode contact.Compatible with all models Sales to UK only, please contact us if you are outside UK£100 + VAT (£120.00) UK Shipping fee £9     InterX Flexible Array™ ElectrodeDesigned specifically for those hard to reach areas, such as the shoulders or back. 10 minute treatment programs allow for unattended, “hands-free” treatment options; the Flexible Array can also be used on the legs and arms. Compatible with all models. Sales to UK only, please contact us if you are outside UK£295 […]

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Female, R.S. 64 years old diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, Degenerative disc disease   The patient suffered with degenerative back and disc disease for over 9 years, muscular atrophy on the lateral aspect of her left thigh following L2 dermatome from such prolonged compression on the associated nerve. She was walking with a significant limp as her left leg is shorter. However, her main complaint was on a severe and consistent stabbing pain in her left groin and knee when she was walking. She was diagnosed with fibromyalgia. On her first visit the pain was very intense 8 – 10 (VAS), especially when walking; she was depressed, overweight and suffered with poor sleep. She occasionally resorted to NSAID. After the initial assessment, the cervical zone was identified as the active region and treated with the Flex array, cycle 2, on the follow up sessions she received a treatment at the spinal root, the corresponding dermatomes L1/L2 and the contra-lateral side. By the end of the treatment course (7th and 8th treatments) her pain was significantly less 2 – 4 (VAS), without stabbing sensations when walking and with less limp. Her sleep improved. After two weeks break resumed the treatments with her personal InterX device […]

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Dr Zulia Frost MD. DCM. DAc.  graduated as a Doctor of General Medicine and Paediatrics from the State Medical Institute, Almaty, Kazakhstan. Following her internship at a children’s hospital, Zulia worked in a specialist emergency aid hospital before completing post-graduate training in ultrasonic diagnostics and radiology. After practising medicine for 10 years, Zulia relocated to the UK.   Whilst living in the UK, she discovered a new technology that was developed in Russia and later become known as Non-invasive Interactive Neurostimulation (NIN). Impressed by the results she achieved with patients, Zulia began researching this advanced technology and has since become recognised as the leading therapist and trainer. Zulia’s pioneering work in the field of Interactive Neurostimulation therapy led to her joining the team at NRG as medical director to realise the vision of this advanced technology to become a standard of care in medicine throughout the world.     Dr Frost was involved in the facilitation of clinical and scientific research, liaising with universities, rehabilitation clinics, hospitals and sports establishments across the UK and Europe.   She is now working at InterX Clinic UK and affiliated with NRG inc.   A world expert and recognised CPD trainer in Non-invasive Interactive […]

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InterX 5002 Professional Device – The Medical Professional’s Choice   A dynamically different clinical application for the effective treatment of pain and injury.  The InterX® 5002 is a new product by NRG designed specifically for pain and rehabilitation specialists. Interactive technology is combined with a new user interface providing immediate access to preset stimulation patterns to treat a full range of injuries and conditions.  The new graphical display provides users with quick and easy access to treatment applications for acute and chronic conditions, as well as new treatment cycle programs.  The InterX® 5002 has an additional ‘activity reading’ feature that uses advanced numerical readings to objectively indicate optimal treatment points, helping to ensure the most effective targeted treatment. The new InterX 5002, with its unique interactive stimulation provides highly effective, non-invasive, non-drug pain relief with simple treatment applications.  Lightweight, portable and battery operated, the InterX® 5002 is the perfect solution to effective and simple pain and injury management for pain and rehabilitation specialists everywhere. InterX 5002 Benefits Treats acute and chronic pain Is both portable and battery-operated Locates tissue impedance changes Offers immediate treatment for acute injury Allows a high level of treatment specificity Provides hands-on interactive treatment Avoids nerve […]

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InterX 1000 – Personal Use Device  The InterX 1000 provides a non-drug alternative for the effective management of pain. Whether you have a general ache or pain, or suffer from an ongoing injury, the InterX 1000 allows safe and effective treatment with the push of a button. Unlike some pain management products, the InterX 1000 does not simply block pain; patient experience suggests a prolonged effect that may last beyond the initial treatment. Available as a home use product for individual use, or as a support during treatment with other therapies or the InterX professional model, the InterX 1000 is a valuable resource for pain management. Simple to use, effective non-drug pain relief solution Through applications that are both simple and easy to perform, you can now access unique interactive neurostimulation to effectively treat a range of injuries, as well as more general aches and pains. It provides simple and effective treatment applications for :  Pain from injury (e.g. bruise, sprain or strain) Aggravated joint pain General aches and pains Chronic back and neck conditions Osteoarthritis See also our F.A.Q. section to know more about the effectiveness of the InterX device. InterX 1000 Features The InterX 1000 combines interactive technology with simple […]

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InterX® 900 Single Patient SystemsSafe, Effective, Personalized Pain Relief – InterX® Neurostimulation delivered through body-specific Conductive Garments InterX® Key Features InterX optimizes pain relief by: Automatically delivering the stimulation to optimal treatment points Producing high amplitude/density current Delivering a broad range of frequencies Multiple treatment applications Simple treatment protocols Single patient use InterX® 900 Neurostimulation Device  2 Acute Presets 2 Chronic Presets Wide range of frequencies 20 minute stimulation time Powers up to 18 electrodes  Because the InterX is imported from the US the price may vary based on the exchange rate. Please contact InterX Clinic and we will advise you the current price. How to order the InterXEither by phone or send an email to info@interxclinic.com Technical SupportThe device comes with 12 months warranty, if something goes wrong with the device you can send it back to InterX Clinic or directly to the manufacturer. Advisory Support Dr Frost will be happy to give advice to anyone who buys the device, she can guide you through all the treatment stages from start up to ongoing support.  She can be contacted either by phone +44(0)777 9334813 or email zuliaf@interxclinic.com.  If Dr Frost is unable to respond within 24 hrs, your enquiry will be handled […]

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Case study 3 : Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Male, 41 years old Fair health state, IBS in history 15 years, followed by a low back injury at age of 15, injury of cervical spine later in life. Not taking any medication, in the past was taking anti-inflammatory and immodium. Diet is not great, drinking cider, wine, eating spicy foods. History of IBS: started off discomfort in the lower abdomen in response to stress further developed to an agonising pain and instant desire to  go to toilet. Very disturbing for life. Observation: Periodically stressed, sleep well. Abdomen is distended. Palpation: lower abdomen and sacral area are tender to palpation. 1st treatment – Assessment, shows that the Active region is cervical. Treated with Flex Array – significant relaxation + 6 points 2nd treatment – pain in the lower back focused on Lumbar zone 3rd & 4th treatments – treatment of the lower abdomen and Flex array on the Lumbar-Sacral zone; 4th  & 5th treatments – exacerbation of pain in the lower abdomen, focused on the Sigmoid projection,; Treatment outcome – mid course – pain is a lot less and even poor diet would not stimulate it. 6th and 7th treatments – focus […]

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Interactive Neurostimulation with the InterX device Pain relief To understand which mechanisms the InterX activates to provide pain relief lets look how the body generally mediates pain:  When injury or trauma occurs, the first response is through sensitisation of special receptors of free nerve endings, called nociceptors. A delta and C fibres sense pain and temperature. They are situated in the skin and signal through the nerve pathways the central nervous system. Their cell bodies are in the dorsal roots of the spinal column. It synapses in the dorsal horn with a second-order neuron that immediately crosses the midline and ascends on the contralateral side in the spinothalamic tract. These axons are ending in Hypothalamus and Thalamus at the centre for autonomic regulation.  In the thalamus, some projections are made directly to the primary sensory cortex, whereas others go to the limbic system, which includes the insula, amygdala, and cingulate cortex. There, the neuron synapses with a second-order neuron, which projects to the primary sensory cortex. The primary and secondary somatosensoric cortices are responsible for eliciting and localising pain stimuli and form the response conveying further through descending neural pathways: Somatosensoric tract, anterior insular and cingulated cortices and amygdala to […]

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Case study 4 :   Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), Female, 19 years old Fair health state, CPRS for 2 years, started of when she was only 17 years old, followed by multiple injuries to the coccyx and the head at age of 8 and 15. at age of 17 developed a serious low back pain in the left sacroiliac joint that progressed into a more serious pain across the whole back resulting in spasms and autonomic reactions like change in the skin temperature and spasms of micro-vessels (feet discolouration). Prescribed variety of pain controlling and antispasmodic medication: diclophenac, amintriptilin, gabopentine, . Observation: frail, extremely sensitive to touch, rigid walking, very low muscular tone in the whole body muscles,  very tired, pain (8 – 10), poor sleep. Palpation is almost impossible at the site of pain – left SI joint. 1st course of treatments (December) – Assessment, technique, HS technique,  working only on the spine in painting technique. Small improvement, still in pain. 2nd course of treatments  (short, January) – HS techniques. 3rd course of treatments (long February/March) – HS, techniques, source points technique, for the first time local technique at the zone of pain – left SI joint. 4th course […]

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