Bone growth stimulators deliver low level pulses of electromagnetic energy to the injury site to help the body through the normal healing process. The most common use for these devices are for patients.

Who have undergone back surgery like a fusion, or a fracture of an extremity such as an arm or leg. Bone growth stimulators are typically ordered by a doctor when healing is slow and the injury requires additional help to heal.


CMF SpinaLogic is a portable, battery-powered, micro-controlled, noninvasive bone growth stimulator indicated as an adjunct electromagnetic treatment to primary lumbar spinal fusion surgery for one or two levels.

2. CMF OL1000™ 

CMF OL1000 Bone Growth Stimulators are portable, battery-powered medical devices indicated for use in the noninvasive treatment of an established nonunion fracture acquired secondary to trauma, excluding all vertebrae and flat bones.

3. DonJoy IceMan CLEAR3+™

The DonJoy IceMan CLEAR3+ cold therapy unit helps reduce pain and swelling with up to 7 hours of continuous cold therapy for a variety of indications.

The IceMan uses a patented semi-closed loop recirculation system, allowing it to deliver more consistent and accurate temperatures than similar units.

4. DonJoy Clear Cube Cold Therapy System™

The clear cooler design makes refills simple, and the entire unit can be easily moved and stored.

Cold therapy has been found to significantly decrease post-operative pain, swelling and muscle spasms. Patients who use cold therapy may use less pain medication and achieve better, more restful sleep.

5. Thermax Hot/Cold Water Circulation System

The Comfortmax Thermax System provides controlled hot or cold therapy for extended periods (this allows it to meet a variety of indications and protocols) to help patients and practitioners manage pain and swelling.

Lightweight, portable, and easy-to-use; the CT-100 offers a comprehensive, effective, and efficient solution to hot/cold therapy needs.

Read “Directions for Use of the Comfortmax Thermax Hot/Cold Water Circulation System.

In the PATIENT INFORMATION sections in the Instructions For Use Manual completely before first use, as well as, the entire Instruction For Use Manual.