Design team

  • Charlie Payne, M.E. – Technical Manager,  12 years experience in product design and manufacturing of electronic equipment and medical devices. His experience includes process, product and sustaining engineering in support of manufacturing operations, and he has developed numerous contract manufacturers with experience ing domestic and international manufacturing operations. Mr. Payne has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington and a Master’s of Science degree from Texas Tech in Industrial Engineering. Co-inventor of original InterX Noninvasive Interactive Neurostimulation (NIN) System.

  • Gary L. Byars, P.E. – Product Design Consultant. 12 years experience R&D Medical Device Industry. CTO Beryllium Systems Group, Inc. Distinguished Member Technical Staff/ Engineering Manager AT&T Bell Laboratories. Co-inventor of original InterX NIN System.

  • Martyn Abbott, Systems Engineering Consultant. Mr. Abbott has over 36 years’ experience in creating, designing and developing medical instruments including several IV delivery products and the Mycardial Protection System as a senior systems engineer for Quest Medical. He possesses broad technical knowledge spanning multiple disciplines including electronics, software and mechanical engineering. He has authored over a dozen patents and has played the role of primary inventor for a number of products. He has experience in managing research and development departments, project management, product ideation and engineering design at Texas Instruments, Quest Medical, McGaw Labs, InterX Technologies and as an engineering consultant. He holds a first-class honors Bachelors degree (BSc.) in Physics and Electronic Engineering from the University of Manchester, England. Co-inventor of original InterX NIN System.

  • Morgan Beeson, Lead Industrial Designer, The Realtime Group. Holder of multiple medical device patents and this year’s Edison Award winner for medical device innovation. Ten years’ experience in medical device design and development, leading cross functional teams to implement technology, compliance and requirements into innovative products and systems.

  • Richard Bergs, B.S., Mechanical Engineering, M.S., Biomedical Engineering, TMAC. Richard has worked in the new product and process area for over 20 years including projects in the defense industry, cyber security, autonomous vehicle and human navigation, interactive displays, surgical tools and simulators to moving products / processes from concept to commercial success.  Richard’s area of expertise is machine vision, system controls ranging from product to specific process (sensing and decision logic), mechanical design, industrial automation, flexible assembly systems, PLCs, fluid power, haptic devices, autonomous vehicles, Internet of Things (IoT), Industrial Internet of Things (IioT), and medical devices, ranging from data collection / storage to surgical devices / robotics. 

 

Research team

  • Annette Murray, PT, Clinical Research. Annette has 20 years of experience as a Physical Therapist, and has devoted 9 years to the exclusive clinical use, study and systematic development of InterX NIN Therapy protocol of for chronic pain and failed surgical issues.

  • Benjamin Keizer, Medical Advisor, PhD Psychology, Rehabilitation and Psychology Center, Center for the Intrepid, Department of Defense, San Antonio Military Medical Center. Integrates InterX technology into his research and work in behavioral medicine and pain management services (adjustment to disability, anxiety/depression, insomnia, grief and loss, pain management, PTSD) in a rehabilitation setting for military service members, Veterans, and dependents who sustained serious injuries (e.g., multi-trauma, burns, critical care, major surgery).

  • Janice Walker, OT, Clinical Research. Janice has been a practicing Occupational Therapist for 20 years, and has devoted 11 years to the exclusive clinical use, study and systematic development of InterX NIN Therapy protocol of for chronic systemic pain and failed surgical issues. Janice trained with Dr. Frost, one of the original clinicians who used neurostim systemically. Janice travels internationally to train professionals in how to use InterX technology, and has worked with professional sports teams, physicians, and clinicians.

  • John Muncaster, Business Development. MBA: Harvard Business School. 24 years with Fortune 500: United States Steel; General Tire, H. K. Porter, Carborundum, Owens Corning. Pittsburgh PA, Fairborn OH, New York NY, Orlando, Chicago, Buffalo. He has a background is in Finance, IT, Research and Development.

  • Jorge Torres, Medical Advisor, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner. Uses InterX exclusively in providing behavioral medicine services (adjustment to disability, anxiety/depression, insomnia, grief and loss, pain management and PTSD) in a rehabilitation setting for military service members, veterans, and dependents who have sustained serious injuries (e.g., multi-trauma, burns, major surgery, amputations and nerve damage).

 

 

Regulatory team

  • Douglas Heydrick, Quality & Inventory Control / Purchasing. Twelve years medical device Quality Assurance experience.

  • Jenny Tejeda, Quality Assurance Manager, PhD in Industrial Engineering. Lean Six Sigma Black Belt with four years’ experience in Quality Assurance for manufacturing industries including Cable Companies, Biotech and Medical Devices Manufacturing.

  • Mona Elkhatib, Regulatory Consultant. M.S., Biomedical Engineering, B.S., Industrial Engineering, IRCA Lead QMS, CQA, CHA, TMAC. IRCA Registered QMS Lead Auditor, ISO 13845 Medical Devices Lead Auditor, IRCA Registered EMS ISO 14001 Provisional Auditor, Certified Quality Auditor (ASQ-CQA), Certified HACCP Auditor (ASQ-HCA), Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, API Qualified Auditor Specifications: Q1 9th Edition, 5CT, 5L, 7-1, 15LR, 15HR, 6A