Electrical stimulation aids in spinal fusion
By Admin | November 11, 2019
Spine surgeons in the U.S. perform more than 400,000 spinal fusions each year as a way to ease back pain and prevent vertebrae in the spine from wiggling around and doing more damage. However, reports estimate that on average some 30% of these surgeries fail to weld these vertebrae into a single bone, causing continued back pain.
For more information please read, Electrical stimulation aids in spinal fusion, by Science Daily.