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... I had a bone stimulator with bunion surgery. ... (4 replies)
... Has anyone had to pay for their own bone stimulator? ... (5 replies)
... Don't be hesitant about contacting a lawyer to help. Most such consultations don't cost you anything. This was not your fault and was due to pure negligence on their part. ... (15 replies)

... I'm using a bone stimulator to help with the healing and think it's doing a great job as I'm able to put far more weight on it faster than the docs were expecting. ... (2 replies)
... anyway, he got me a TENS unit to wear at work and I got to keep the entire set in its case which was great. I was lucky with that. I have a TENS and a bone stimulator both in their cases. Wish I hadn't had the injuries or the surgeries that warranted them! ... (19 replies)
... It is an ultrasound machine that stimulates bone growth, all you do is put gel on, attach to your foot with a velcro band and it automatically sets for 20 mins turns off when it is done. ... (59 replies)
... It depends on how bad your lesions are. Many (possible > 50%) of lesions don't get better with conservative treatment. For that matter, I am not actually sure what conservative treatment even entails. Lets look at the options. NWB for 6 weeks: Usually they advise NWB for 6-8 weeks on crutches to see if the cyst heals. This is usually only an option immediately following... (36 replies)
... I too am, using a bone growth stimulator after my fusion. It seems to be working well for me. Just make sure your insurance will cover it. They cost from 3,500.00 to 5,000.00, and they are for "single patient use only," as dictated by the FDA. ... (85 replies)
... rays I will then use a bone stimulator. I was hurt at work, so workers comp is paying all medical bills. I am unaware of the cost of a stimulator. I am keeping my fingers crossed at the moment and hoping for a somewhat faster than normal recovery. Thanks! ... (2 replies)
... good news db. cant believe you are walking! just take it easy. i used a bone stimulator. icant tell if it worked or not. just be careful about the cost. ... (99 replies)
... Hi everyone. I can't tell you how much relief it brings me to have found this board and this thread. I started out reading the 35-page one which was eventually closed and have now migrated to reading this one. I'm hungry for all the knowledge I can find about this injury we share because I really do feel as if it has ruined our lives. I know that that is not a healthy... (190 replies)
... My bone growth stimulator is also made by EBI. I started using mine in September for an earlier surgery and then I used the same one for my surgery in February. ... (16 replies)
... I have read a lot of your previous postings and I know you have had one heck of a time with your foot surgeries as well. I didn't realize that you also used a bone growth stimulator. ... (16 replies)
... the more aggressive technique. The doc cut off 4 inches of my fibula and ground it up, cleaned out the joint again, drilled holes into the talus and packed the bone meal into the joint. He secured everthing with a plate running vertically down my let with screws into my tibea and the talus. ... (2 replies)
... so much." Duh! He had done a good job on the bones. But he was out of his league about the related injuries, and as a disservice to me, would not admit it. That cost me many months of unnecessary pain, which went untreated until I told him to do something about it or find someone who could. ... (205 replies)
... It's great to hear your good news. I believe we had one of our surgeries at the same time. I also used an electronic bone growth stimulator. ... (16 replies)
... rays. Some of my osteotomies are healing too slowly and I will be getting a bone growth stimulator within the next 10 days. ... (17 replies)
... It is great to hear from you again! I really would like to hear more about the bone growth stimulator. ... (22 replies)
... I'm so sorry to hear about the slow growth you are experiencing. I've used the bone growth stimulator that my first doctor got for me this time too. It's a hassle to find 10 hrs. per day to have the thing attached to my foot, but I guess it is worth it. ... (22 replies)
... fail to fuse, but he attempts to obtain them initially for all patients where insurance will cover and has seen a significant decrease in healing time where the stimulator is used. I'm all for it if insurance will cover. ... (11 replies)


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