P.C.’s Story

My diagnosis was Myelitus, West Nile Virus, with a full recovery possible taking a year or longer. Prior to this, I exercised daily with 30 minutes of calisthenics, 1 hour of biking every other day, water skiing twice a week and two sessions of pick up hockey a week. I was 20 pounds overweight but […]

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Sandy S.’s Story

Since my early 20’s, almost 40 years ago, I have suffered from chronic cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine pain. I had spinal surgeries at age 27, 32, and 55. After my last surgery, and still suffering with pain, a friend said she knew someone who was trying a new pain therapy and it was helping […]

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Rick M.’s Story

After visits with two different neurosurgeons, I was advised that surgery would be the only correction for my neck pain and hand numbness. After hearing about InterX Therapy from a colleague, I decided to do some research. Shortly thereafter, I completed a series of treatments noticing neck pain relief after five sessions. The numbness in […]

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L.G.’s Story

In May 2007, I was diagnosed with lymphedema. I developed a leg infection after having several skin cancers removed from both legs. I started out wearing the tension stretch stocking with no relief. I went through the Presbyterian Hospital Lymphedema Therapy Clinic in May 2007 and had lymphedema massages afterward. No relief. I went through […]

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S.P.’s Story

After having had surgery to remove a ganglion cyst from my right wrist last winter, I opted for physical therapy treatments at InterX Therapy. Rather than the usual type of physical therapy treatments that take six weeks. InterX was able to treat my surgical site with six sessions over roughly two weeks of time. The […]

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J.B.’s Story

It leaves me feeling fresh, renewed, and optimistic. More importantly, it allows me to increase the interval between my medication doses, from every three hours to every four to five hours frequently. I haven’t a clue as to how it is accomplishing this, but the results appear real. Presently, I’m keeping a log to determine […]

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