Physicians’ Guide: Improve Fusion Outcomes in At-risk Patients
PEMF Bone Growth Stimulation: Non-invasive, adjunct to post-operative care

Cervical-Stim®—Advantages and Benefits

Surgeon's choice for patients at-risk of pseudarthrosis

Cervical-Stim is the only FDA-approved device designed for non-surgical and non-invasive adjunct therapy to promote cervical spine fusion.  In fact, Cervical-Stim and Spinal-Stim are the most prescribed spine fusion stimulators available today.  Both pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) stimulators produce a uniform, low-level electrical field that activates the body’s own repair mechanism to stimulate bone healing. The PEMF technology developed by Orthofix provides surgeons with both lumbar and cervical bone stimulation devices supported by ample scientific and clinical data.

Cervical IDE Study Outcome: At 6 months post-op, the PEMF group had a significantly higher fusion rate than the control group (83.6% vs. 68.6%, p=.0065).5

Orthofix Cervical-Stim bone growth stimulator

Spine Fusion Stimulator

Advantages and Benefits


  • Broad coverage: 360-degrees; up to 5 levels
  • Overcomes spinal fusion risk factors
  • PEMF signal penetrates cervical collar and clothing
  • Lightweight: 1.5 pounds
  • Guarantee program
  • Insurance acceptance
  • Compliance monitoring prints chart copy
  • Rechargeable battery
  • All-in-one unit allows for unrestricted patient mobility

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Updated on: 04/16/13

Statement of Indications
Spinal-Stim is a non-invasive electromagnetic bone growth stimulator indicated as an adjunct therapy to increase the probability of fusion success and as a non-operative treatment of salvage of failed spinal fusion, where a minimum of nine months has elapsed since the last surgery.

Cervical-Stim is a non-invasive, pulsed electromagnetic bone growth stimulator indicated as an adjunct therapy to cervical fusion surgery in patients at high-risk for non-union.


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