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1. InterX vs Baseline

Non-invasive interactive neurostimulation (InterX ®) methodologies for treating post-operative pain and facilitating recovery after injury have been anecdotally known to be effective and more recently proven efficacious in clinical trials. InterX is FDA cleared for the treatment of acute and chronic pain, however a recent clinical trial showed reductions in inflammation in the treated group compared to control. While the pain relief mechanisms are widely accepted, the mechanism(s) by which a reduction of inflammation
occurs is not well documented. In this study it is hypothesized that changes in lymphocyte metabolism, gene expression and cytokine production following InterX® treatment may illustrate mechanisms of action related to the body’s inflammatory response.

Tags: InterX Results, InterX
By Gail Pyne-Geithman, D.Phil., Joseph F. Clark, Ph.D, Paul Magee, University of Cincinnati, Department of Neurology, Cincinnati, Ohio & Neuro Resource Group, Plano, TX
2. InterX vs TENSJFC

A previous InterX study which examined the effect of Interactive Neurostimulation pre and post treatment was extended to include volunteers treated with a TENS device to compare the physiological response following another form of electrical stimulation. As the amplitude used with the InterX is approximately three times higher than TENS and the current density up to ninety times higher, it is hypothesized that a significantly greater physiological response will occur following InterX than following TENS.

Tags: InterX Results, InterX
By Gail Pyne-Geithman, D.Phil., Joseph F. Clark, Ph.D, University of Cincinnati, Department of Neurology
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