A unique summing of two waveforms, interactive neuromuscular stimulation is the combination of a high frequency alternating current waveform and a lower frequency pulsed direct current waveform. The outcome is a much smoother, more refined stimulus that is more effective than devices that use only a pulsed direct current.
INS allows the client to search the body and identify not only the area of known dysfunction, but also the undetected dysfunctional tissue. It is imperative that the root cause be located in order to achieve successful rehabilitation, and INS does just that: the technology innervates muscle tissue in the area of dysfunction and the individual muscle at the root cause of the pain can be identified.
The NeuX treatment requires the INS stimulus to be applied to the dysfunctional tissue sites as the patient simultaneously performs the appropriate movement pattern, using the proper mechanics. The patient benefits from the traditional outcomes of physical therapy, which include muscle strengthening, increased range of motion and motor learning; however, with Interactive Neuromuscular Stimulation, better results are achieved exponentially faster and with longer lasting effects.