InterXClinic InterX Clinic

Working Hours

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


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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 […]



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 […]