The InterX® Professional 5002 is designed specifically for pain and rehabilitation specialists. Interactive technology is combined with a graphical user interface providing immediate access to preset stimulation patterns to treat a full range of injuries and conditions.
The graphical displays provide users with quick and easy access to treatment applications for acute and chronic conditions, as well as new treatment cycle programs.
The InterX 5002 can both be used to identify optimal treatment points, helping to ensure the most effective targeted treatment. Unique interactive stimulation provides highly effective, non-invasive, non-drug pain relief with simple treatment applications. Lightweight, portable and battery operated, the InterX Professional Products are the perfect solution to effective and simple pain and injury management for pain and rehabilitation specialists everywhere and an important addition to any rehabilitation program. A range of accessory electrodes are available which provide multiple treatment options, including soft tissue manipulation and dynamic function.
There are four main areas where InterX is different and it requires an awareness of all of them and how they interrelate to really understand why this powerful technology can be so effective. The interactive nature of the stimulation allows for a unique, evidence-based application that optimizes treatment parameters and thus achieves consistently good results across a broad range of conditions.1,2,3
For more information, please read our Frequently Asked Questions section
There you can view questions asked by other patients, or submit your own question for our experts.
1 Gorodetskyi I G, Gorodnichenko A I, Tursin P S, Reshetnyak V K, Uskov, O N: Non-invasive interactive Neurostimulation in the post-operative recovery of patients with a trochanteric fracture of the femur. J Bone Joint Surg [Br]2007;89-B:1488-94.
2 Maale G: The effect of the InterX 5000 on pain reduction in the severe chronic orthopedic patient. Presented at International Congress of Technology in Arthroplasty, Kyoto, Japan, September 29-October 2, 2005
“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.”
Arthur C. Clarke, 1962
“Witchcraft to the ignorant…. Simple science to the learned”
Leigh Brackett, 1942