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

Cervical-Stim® Case Report

High Risk Multi-level Cervical Fusion
Adjunct Use of a Bone Growth Stimulator

Excerpt from Dr. McCall's Treatment Rationale:
“The Cervical-Stim bone growth stimulator prescription was necessary in this case considering the patient's high chance of non-union. Her risk factors going into the multi-level fusion: obesity, smoking, advanced age, and failed single-level fusion. With a combined strategy incorporating proper surgical technique and bone growth stimulation, a solid arthrodesis formed at all 4 levels within one year..

View Dr. McCall's case discussion including: the patient's profile, risk factors, surgical plan, strategies to maximize fusion success, and outcome.

Physician's Disclosure
Todd McCall, MD received no remuneration for his testimonial video commentaries.

Updated on: 02/21/12

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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