Spinal-Stim has high success rates for spinal fusion. With an overall clinical success rate of 92 percent, Spinal-Stim provides a 36 percent increase in lumbar fusion success when used adjunctively to surgery.1,2 Spinal-Stim is also the only osteogenesis stimulator approved as a non-surgical alternative for treating failed lumbar fusions.1,3
Spinal-Stim is a non-invasive electromagnetic bone growth stimulator indicated as an adjunct to spinal fusion 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.
Cardiac pacemakers may be adversely affected by exposure to PEMF. Use of this device is contraindicated where the individual has an implanted cardiac pacemaker.
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Spinal-Stim Patient Manual
Spinal-Stim Patient Q&A
Spinal-Stim Guarantee Program
How PEMF Works
Patient Education Website
Spinal-Stim Instruction Manual USA Edition