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Chronic Pain Treatment
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Neuropathic Pain Treatment Devices
If you’re not familiar with InterX Technologies, you may not know about the wide variety of conditions it’s able to treat. This device treatment guide serves as an introduction to our treatment process so you’ll see the range of possibilities the InterX device holds.
InterX Technology is a specific high energy non-invasive interactive neurostimulation (NIN) that is FDA cleared for post-surgical, acute injury and severe chronic pain.
The body has a natural healing process. In these days of toxic food, water and air, our bodies need help to be well or return to normal function. InterX Technology is a specific high energy non-invasive interactive neurostimulation (NIN) that is FDA cleared for post-surgical, acute injury and severe chronic pain. Proper use of this technology, applied to the cutaneous nerves, will not only help reduce or abolish pain but the body will use the energy also to help restore the dysfunction resulting from the pain.
This information is not intended to substitute for professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek medical advice before treatment if you are in doubt of safely treating someone prior to seeking medical assistance. InterX Therapy Training Center and InterX Technologies are not responsible for any consequences that may occur as a result of your treatment of a person or animal. The information on these videos and this website is for guidance, please use sound judgement with treatment.
For acute injury: In general for acute treatment, immediately following an injury (up to the first 24 hours), you use 360 hz or 480 hz for the first time of scan/target/dynamic. If treating a child, however, use 60 hz. On consecutive treatments you will start to lower the frequency.
For chronic pain: If the first treatment is three or more days after the injury, start with 60 hz. If you see no results after the first treatment then increase the frequency sequentially. The body starts to make changes after 24 hours from an injury. Practice will help you learn how to choose your settings for scan/target/dynamic with chronic patients.
For sensitive people or those with an underlying condition: Start with 15 hz and start on the opposite side or mirror image and work up to the spine root. For example: if you’re treating a right knee strain, start on the left knee and work up to the lumbar spine. At the end of the treatment treat briefly on the involved part if tolerated and with movement if able.
These are just a couple of approaches to neuropathic pain treatment using the InterX devices. If you’re interested in purchasing either the InterX 5002 or the InterX 1000 or you’d just like to learn more, contact us now for sales, pricing, and technical information.