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DJO Combined Magnetic Field technology has been shown to increase the volume and upregulation of the critical growth factors necessary to stimulate and improve bone healing. 1,2,3

CMF Signal Science

Most advanced technology in electrical bone stimulation.


Evidence-based coverage recommendations to ensure continued provision of quality spine care.7

New Published Data

97% of patients treated with DJO Spinalogic fused compared to 62% of patients that received no stimulation.4

Non Invasive Solution

A peer reviewed published study showed that electrical stimulation was significantly more cost effective (P less than 0.01) at one-year post op when compared to no stimulation or ultrasound for the treatment of non-unions.5

1. Ryaby, J.T., et al., The Role of Insulin-like Growth Factor in Magnetic Field Regulation of Bone Formation, Bioelectrochemistry and Bioenergetics, 35: 87-91, 1994

2. Fitzsimmons RJ, Ryaby JT, Magee FP, Baylink DJ. IGF-II receptor number is increased in TE-85 osteosarcoma cells by combined magnetic fields. J Bone Miner Res. 1995 May;10(5):812-9.

3. Charles Sfeir, DDS, PhD, Lawrence Ho, Bruce A. Doll, DDS, PhD, Kodi Azari, MD, and Jeffrey O. Hollinger, DDS, PhD. Fractrue Repair. Bone Regeneration and Repair, Biology and Clinical Applications. 2005, XII, 398p

4. Raiszadeh, Ramin, et al. “Effectiveness of combined magnetic field bone growth stimulation on lumbar spinal fusion outcomes: a single center retrospective analysis comparing combined magnetic field to no-stimulation.” International Journal of Research in Orthopaedics 6.3 (2020): 1. A retrospective study that utilized radiographic fusion criteria, included data from 4 surgeons, consisted of a heterogenous patient population and had minimum 6 months follow up.

5. Wu N, Lee YC, Segina D, Murray H, Wilcox T, Boulanger L. The economic impact of US patients With fracture non-union, Orthopedic Research and Reviews, 2013; 5:21–33

6. [PMA 910066] Phillips, Mark, et al. “The Use of Combined Magnetic Field Treatment for Fracture Nonunion: A Prospective Observational Study.” Journal of Long-Term Effects of Medical Implants 26.3 (2016).

7. NASS coverage reccomendations:

8. Linovitz, Raymond J., et al. “Combined magnetic fields accelerate and increase spine fusion: a double-blind, randomized, placebo controlled study.” Spine 27.13 (2002): 1383-1388.

9. Mcleod, Kenneth J., and C. T. Rubin. “The effect of low-frequency electrical fields on osteogenesis.” J Bone Joint Surg Am 74.6 (1992): 920-9.

10. [P910066 / S005] Phillips, Mark, et al. “Use of Combined Magnetic Field Treatment for Fracture Nonunion.” Journal of Long-Term Effects of Medical Implants 26.3 (2016).

11. Joel Russell, Sheila Sprague, Sam Harper, Michelle Green & Mohit Bhandari (2021) An early cost analysis of magnetic bone growth stimulation in England, Expert Review of Pharmacoeconomics & Outcomes Research, DOI: 10.1080/14737167.2021.1920402