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How Does A Bone Stimulator Work

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How Does A Bone Stimulator Work

How Does A Bone Stimulator Work

The stimulator is the size of a small battery. It can be planted under your skin or on top, and it will help promote new bone growth by fusing together two ends that are oppositely charged with an electromagnetic field
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How Does A Spinal Cord Stimulator Work

The spinal cord stimulation works by delivering mild electrical pulses to the spine, resulting in a tingling feeling of relief for those who suffer from chronic pain. A small stimulator much like an implantable pacemaker is placed under your skin and will deliver these charged signals deep into our central nervous system where they specifically target areas associated with painful sensations such as leg cramps or backaches
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What Is A Bone Growth Stimulator

A bone growth stimulator is a device worn following cervical or lumbar spine surgery. It may be used to help spinal fusion, in which case it will produce an electrical current that causes the patient’s bones heal together well; otherwise it can act as treatment for failed fusions by applying ultrasonic waves at various frequencies across them so calcium rich chemicals are released into both sides along with other useful compounds like platelet-rich plasma (PRP). An osteogenisis stimulators provide constant stimulation through skin adapted transducer pads attached near hip joints when walking without causing pain.

What Is A Bone Stimulator

Bone stimulators are devices that act as a constant-current source. They typically consist of one anode, and one or more cathodes The function is to generate electric current which will then be meant stimulate bone growth around its cathoids . There’s 2 types though; external ( placed on your body) vs internally inserted into affected area for faster treatment results.

What To Expect With Spinal Cord Stimulator Implant Surgery Post Op

Please note that getting an infection after spinal cord surgery is a rare but potentially life-threatening issue to expect. Symptoms include swelling at the incision site, redness or pus followed by unusual bleeding and pain which may be more intense than what you’re used too; if any of these signs occur then seek medical attention immediately!

 

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