I can heartily recommend InterX. There are no side effects, it's not invasive and has made a real difference to my life.
What is InterX?
InterX devices invigorate the body’s own pain relief and healing responses resulting in faster, safer recovery from injuries, illness and stress.
InterX is a Class II medical device using technology known as Non-invasive Interactive Neurostimulation (NIN). NIN, first developed in Russia, uses electrical stimulation for the relief of acute and chronic pain. InterX is unusual in that it incorporates a biofeedback system; the electrical stimulus is modulated in response to the impedance of the patient’s skin. InterX NIN therapy therefore offers the unique ability for the therapist to locate optimal treatment areas with the device, targeting them with specific interactive, high amplitude, and high density pulsing current.
⦁ Is non-invasive
⦁ Involves no drugs
⦁ Is safe for adults and children
⦁ Has no side effects
⦁ Can be used over scars
⦁ Can be used on new injuries
⦁ Safe to use over internal metal
InterX Clinics UK
Anne Allen is one of the few practitioners internationally who practises energy medicine using InterX and FlexBeam devices simultaneously, the latest scientific technologies to successfully treat acute trauma, chronic and neuropathic pain and many other conditions. She treats clients in clinics in London (Fulham SW6), North Devon & Dorset (Broadstone BH18) and in special circumstances does home visits.
Anne was introduced to InterX therapy whilst recovering from a bone tumour in her leg and post-viral chronic fatigue. Anne and her specialists were surprised and impressed by her healing that far surpassed any prognosis. After having made a full recovery, Anne trained with Dr Zulia Frost, a world expert, pioneer therapist and trainer in the field of pain management and rehabilitation using InterX; Non-invasive Interactive Neurostimulation (NIN).
Each appointment lasts 45 mins. The length of treatment time varies depending on the condition.
Who uses InterX?
Carmarthenshire Trust Pain departments, UK
Colchester General, UK
Physiotherapy Corporation, USA (700 clinics)
American Sports Medicine Institute, USA
The Mayo Clinics, USA
SOCHA rehab institute, Slovenia
US Army, Marines & Air Force
Navy Seals, CA USA
Andrews Military Hospital (Annex & The Pentagon)
Bethesda Military Hospital
West Point Military Academy USA
Landstuhl Military Hospital, Germany
RFU (Rugby), all teams in the UK
NFL (American Football)
Olympic Teams in Europe, USA, Canada
Maria Sharapova (Tennis Player, Russia)
AC Milan Football Team