interx battles opioid crisis
Chronic, post-surgical and severe acute injury patients report reduction in pain and opioid medication due to noninvasive interactive neurostim (NIN) treatment at InterX Therapy Center, the InterX NIN research center founded in 2007. The center uses an advanced treatment protocol incorporating optimal placement, duration and multiple InterX neurostim devices, producing lasting effects. Click the link below to see how InterX compared to opioid prescriptions and traditional pain management treatment.
"I had tried every pain management strategy my parents and I could think of for months and months, and after just one treatment with the InterX my pain cycle broke, and I could see a light at the end of the tunnel. It is thanks to the InterX that I was able to stop taking prescription pain medicine.
Sitting here now, over 10 years later, pain free, having completed graduate school and living a very active lifestyle and I owe it all the the InterX. I truly believe that without the InterX treatments my life would look very different than it does now, and that I would still be battling constant, chronic pain."
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner/MSN
Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS)
"InterX therapy gave me back the most important things in my life. In fact, it gave me my life back. Immediately my pain seizures stopped. I stopped all medication. I slowly was able to re-enter society. I am now a full time physical therapist for birth to 3 year olds. My day consists of 7 patients where I sit on the floor, kneel, walk, run, and jump. I have no lingering signs of CRPS and it does not limit my function in any way."
PhD in Physical Therapy
RSD: Post-surgical Pseudo Seisures
Spinal Cord Stimulator Candidate
After receiving 14 InterX treatments at the InterX Therapy and Research Center, "I went from 5 prescription medications to none, minimal to no pain or discomfort [pain levels of 7 to 0 out of 10], digestive issues resolved, 0-1 migraine per month and decreased depression, anxiety and better sleep."
Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS)
Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS)