A breakthrough for the treatment of pain
Improvement within minutes in sciatica

Improvement within minutes in sciatica

Rapid improvement in pain and neurologic dysfunction in severe chronic sciatica is carefully documented in the comfort of the INR ...

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2009: rapid relief after 5 months of severe sciatic pain

2009: rapid relief after 5 months of severe sciatic pain

Severe sciatica interfering with the activities of daily living can result from spinal disorders such as disc herniation. Rapid relief ...

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2011: 9 years of sustained relief of sciatica after treatment at the INR in 2002

2011: 9 years of sustained relief of sciatica after treatment at the INR in 2002

Patient responds to treatment at the INR within minutes after 2 years of constant severe pain. Copyright 2002-2011 INR®, all ...

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Immediate relief after 2 years of severe constant pain

Immediate relief after 2 years of severe constant pain

Patient responds to treatment at the INR within minutes after 2 years of constant severe pain. Copyright 2010 INR®, all ...

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2001:Improvement within minutes in neck pain and cervical radiculopathy

2001:Improvement within minutes in neck pain and cervical radiculopathy

Prior to treatment at the INR the neck pain was constant, severe, and chronic, and spinal surgery had been recommended ...

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Improvement within minutes in sciatica at the INR

Improvement within minutes in sciatica at the INR

This video shows the response to treatment at the INR for chronic, severe, daily back pain and sciatica. Copyright 2010 ...

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Relief in minutes after 5 years of constant pain

Relief in minutes after 5 years of constant pain

Patient responds to a single treatment at the INR after five years of pain. The pain had failed to resolve ...

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Immediate and sustained relief from severe pain

Immediate and sustained relief from severe pain

Months of constant pain causing prolonged inability to work were rapidly relieved after receiving the INR's patented  treatment .  The ...

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Rapid pain relief after 25 years of pain

Rapid pain relief after 25 years of pain

Patient responds to a single treatment at the INR within ten minutes after 25 years of pain. Copyright 2010 INR®, ...

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What is TNF?

TNF is the name of the immune signaling molecule that is the master regulator of the inflammatory response in the human body. Excess TNF is associated with inflammation i.e. pain, swelling, and redness of the affected area. Excess TNF is found in a wide variety of inflammatory diseases and disorders, including rheumatoid arthritis, spine pain, disc herniation, and sciatica. Drugs that neutralize TNF have proven to be such important breakthrough therapeutics that their worldwide sales are now in excess of $15 billion per year.

 
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INR Anti-TNF Pain Treatment

Physicians trained by the INR are the exclusive U.S. providers of the patented INR anti-TNF pain treatment. This is a unique treatment for chronic spinal pain that is unlike any other form of treatment. The INR anti-TNF treatment has often been effective for patients in whom all other forms of treatment (drugs, epidural steroids, spinal surgery, disc decompression, physical therapy) have been inadequate. INR anti-TNF treatment is rapid, gentle, non-surgical, and requires only a brief visit in the comfort of the office environment. No anesthesia is necessary and patients may immediately return to their normal daily activities.

 
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Frequently Asked Questions

When did the INR invent its anti-TNF pain treatment? The INR invented and pioneered local anti-TNF treatment for chronic spinal pain (low back pain, neck pain, or sciatica) in 1999 and is established as the world leader in anti-TNF treatment for pain. The INR has more than a decade of favorable clinical experience in this area, and has treated more than 3,000 patients from all over the world. Where can I receive this treatment? The INR anti-TNF treatment is a patented treatment method available in the U.S. exclusively through physicians trained at the INR. (read more).

 
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