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Male, J.W. 52 years old – Lymphadenitis A patient was presented with severe inflammation of the one of the lymphatic nodes under his chin. It was very painful both to touch and swallowing, swollen to the size of an egg: 3.0 x 4.0 cm, accompanied with mild fever and malaise. This patient is a therapist and used his professional InterX5002 Acute Presets directly on the swollen node and the back of the neck 3 times a day for 3 days, without the use of antibiotics. After an initial 3 days of treatments the inflammation went down and he felt much relief from pain and associated unpleasant symptoms. After 3 days, the patient treated once every day for 2 more days, by which time, the symptoms of discomfort had gone and the swelling reduced to 1.0 x 1.0 cm. Over the following 2 weeks the swelling gradually decreased in size, and by week four all symptoms had gone.

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Burns are notorious for terrible pain, but more over, the burnt part of skin makes the body defenceless from environmental bacteria and most of the time complicated by secondary infection. That is why people have to go to casualty.   Here is a case of myself, I must say, that this is my second serious burn. This one is a 2nd degree burn, which means that it is deep and blisters. The burn was from bubbling hot oil and clearly very sore. I used my personal InterX immediately following quick rinse with water. To engage all possible mechanisms for pain control, I had to use quite high intensity of pulsing current as well as using the highest signal  frequency 480PPS. (Preset 4). Because the burnt area was small (fitted to the size of the electrode) I applied it directly to the burn, total treatment time 15 minutes. The pain and soreness disappeared. It was still sensitive to heat, but it didn’t bother me for another 2 hours. After two hours I treated the burn again with the same protocol, but for a shorter time – 10 minutes. The pain completely abated and I was able to touch it without any […]

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Male R. C., 40 year old – Sciatica   A patient was presented with the exacerbated chronic lower back pain in the Sacral region with irradiation to the back of the left leg, producing a strong pain throbbing and burning behind the knee. Pain was aggravated when bending forward or in reaching out position. In his history he had a back condition from birth and later had an accident that resulted in fracture of the lumbar vertebrae. From time to time he suffered with typical sciatica pain. This time he has been suffering for about two weeks. His MRI two months prior to this aggravation showed degeneration of L1, disc degeneration, and protrusion of the disc at the S1 level. He was prescribed strong non-steroid pain medication that made him feel drowsy, but did not provide a full pain relief. Seeking resolution for his pain he decided to try InterX therapy. The first treatment he felt the pain subside, but pain relief didn’t last and the pain reoccurred after a few hours. The second treatment although pain temporarily reduced, later he felt worse. From that point and onwards he used the Personal InterX device to sustain pain relief. He had […]

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Research article Non-invasive interactive neurostimulation (InterX ™) reduces acute pain in patients following total knee replacement surgery: a randomised, controlled trial Ashok K Nigam1, Drena M Taylor1 and Zulia Valeyeva2* * Corresponding author: Zulia Valeyeva zuliaf@interxclinic.com Author Affiliations 1 Prince Philip Hospital, Carmarthenshire NHS Trust, Mawr Dafen, Llanelli, UK 2 InterX Clinic Cheltenham, Maple House, Bayshill Rd, Cheltenham, Glouc, UK Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery and Research 2011, 6:45 doi:10.1186/1749-799X-6-45   The electronic version of this article is the complete one and can be found online at: http://www.josr-online.com/content/6/1/45 Received: 27 October 2010 Accepted: 24 August 2011 Published: 24 August 2011 © 2011 Nigam et al; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.   Abstract Background Adequate post-operative pain relief following total knee replacement (TKR) is very important to optimal post-operative recovery. Faster mobilisation and rehabilitation ultimately results in optimum recovery outcomes, but pain is often the limiting factor. This study evaluates the potential clinical benefit of the InterX neurostimulation device on pain reduction and rehabilitative outcome. Methods A clinical trial under […]

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