Case Studies: Linsey Heidelberg


Linsey Heidelberg was enjoying her teenage years and looking forward to her first step towards independence – turning 16 years old. In addition to being a vibrant leader and National Honor Society member, Linsey loved gymnastics and was a three-time All-American cheerleader. In August 2004, Linsey suffered a knee injury. After two months of physical […]

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Case Studies: InterX vs BaselineTENSJCF


Abstract 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 […]

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Case Studies: 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 […]

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Case Studies: Total Knee Arthroplasty


Total knee arthroplasty (TKA) is a painful procedure that has seen the postoperative implementation of a number of strategies to advance patient comfort and early mobilization. The aim of postoperative analgesia is to make patients as comfortable as possible with the lowest possible morbidity from analgesic modalities, such as cardiorespiratory or central nervous system depression. […]

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Case Studies:
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (RSD)


Complex regional pain syndrome is described as a disease of the autonomic nervous system. The condition develops over time and is often related to a previous significant trauma. The purpose of the case history is to explain the process of treatment of CRPS using a new form of non-invasive neurostimulation called InterX Therapy and the […]

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Case Studies: Low Back Pain


Low back pain is a costly illness for which electrical stimulation is commonly recommended. According to the National Institute of Health, Americans spend at least $50 billion each year on lower back pain, the most common cause of job-related disability and a leading contributor to missed work. Previous systematic reviews and practice guidelines have reached […]

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Case Studies: Total Hip Replacement


Post-operative pain is associated with increased hospital length of stay, delayed ambulation, and long-term functional impairment. Whereas appropriate caution is warranted in administering opioid analgesics to older adults, it has been demonstrated that improved pain control may decrease length of stay, enhance functional recovery, and improve long-term functional outcomes. Thus, the need for non-opioid pain […]

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Case Studies:
Total Knee Replacement


Pain is usually the main presenting osteoarthritic problem for which patients seek relief. Primary elective Total Knee Replacement (TKR) is most commonly performed for knee joint failure caused by osteoarthritis and rheumatoid type of arthritis. TKR is a painful procedure that has seen the postoperative implementation of a number of strategies to advance patient comfort […]

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