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The OL1000 and Spinalogic powered by DJO’s more advanced technology7 provides medical professionals with an effective tool for healing non union fractures and primary lumbar spinal fusion procedures.6,8 Positive results and 30 min wear time can encourage patient compliance.

DJO® OL1000®

Best in class 30 minute wear time powered by
CMF Bone Growth Stimulation

DJO® Spinalogic®

Best in class 30 minute wear time powered by
CMF Bone Growth Stimulation


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7. NASS coverage reccomendations: https://www.spine.org/coverage

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