Over the course of more than a decade, INR medical providers and their colleagues have published a series of peer-reviewed publications that have helped illuminate the role of immune mechanisms in the pathogenesis of a variety of neuroinflammatory disorders. In particular, these publications have provided new insight into the role of excess TNF in brain disorders, including chronic brain dysfunction after stroke and brain injury, Alzheimer's disease and neuropathic pain.
The INR accepts patients for treatment from all parts of the world, and has treated patients from Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe and South America, in addition to patients from the United States and Canada.
Scientific articles from hundreds of academic scientists around the world have cited INR publications. In addition to patient care, the INR trains physicians in the proper implementation of its patented, off-label treatment methods. The INR physician training program has been attended by physicians from six continents. In 2016 articles authored by INR physicians published in the peer-reviewed medical literature and in a new scientific textbook.