Dr. Zulia Frost MD. DCM. DAc. Graduated as a Doctor of General Medicine and Paediatrics from the State Medical Institute, Almaty, Kazakhstan. Following her internship at a children’s hospital, Zulia worked in a specialist emergency aid hospital before completing post-graduate training in ultrasonic diagnostics and radiology. After practicing medicine for 10 years, Zulia relocated to the UK.

Whilst living in the UK, she discovered a new technology that was developed in Russia and later became known as Non-invasive Interactive Neuromodulation (NIN). Impressed by the results she achieved with patients, Zulia began researching this advanced technology and has since become recognised as the leading therapist and trainer. Zulia’s pioneering work in the field of Interactive Neuromodulation therapy led to her joining the team at NRG as medical director to realise the vision of this advanced technology to become a standard of care in medicine throughout the world.

Dr Frost was involved in the facilitation of clinical and scientific research, liaising with universities, rehabilitation clinics, hospitals and sports establishments across the UK and Europe.

She is now working at InterX Clinic UK and affiliated with NRG inc.

A world expert and recognised CPD trainer in Non-invasive Interactive Neuromodulation Dr Frost runs a training centre for therapists in the field of pain management and rehabilitation.

Dr Frost is closely involved in overseeing and facilitating clinical studies in the UK and an author of two published peer-reviewed papers as well as being a reviewer to a peer-reviewed Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine (JACM).

Whilst working at her clinic, Zulia studied TCM and Acupuncture with Acumedic Foundation, London, UK. She is now a fully accredited Doctor of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture and holds her registration with CMIR (Chinese Medicine Institute Register). In 2012 she did further training in Beijing, China.

Zulia’s passion for new innovative therapeutic technologies brought her to study bio photomodulation therapy at Weber Institute, Germany, where she learnt a new advanced application of cold (low) intensity lasers. A new method of using laser needles allows her to provide non-invasive ‘acupuncture’, where laserneedle are attached to the skin without penetrating it to create a gentle stimulation with a light beam in conjunction with fundamental principles of Acupuncture. This combination is unique and provides best therapeutic outcomes with least intervention for the patient.

Broad training and understanding East and West therapeutic approaches combined with many years of experience makes Dr Frost’s treatment unique and effective. She practices energy medicine at the InterX Clinic using the latest technologies successfully treating acute trauma, chronic and neuropathic pain, accompanying various conditions, including those with energy deficiency.

Participating in professional conferences as a presenter of pain management and energy medicine, Dr Frost is also an active member of social media in supporting therapists and teaching and educating the public.