How Much Does a Bone Growth Stimulator Cost?

A bone growth stimulator is an effective medical device designed to stimulate and activate the increase of new bone cells.

This method, approved by the FDA, is commonly used for the treatment of bone fractures, not larger than one centimeter, and in medical cases where someone is younger than 17 years old with bones still growing.

Bone Growth Stimulator by wanderingone, on Flickr
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Average Reported Cost: $3340

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  1. Doris Cockrell (Greenwood,  South Carolina) paid $4995 and said:

    Medicare paid

    Was it worth it? Yes

  2. Unlucky (Fresno,  California) paid $1685 and said:

    Price is estimated on my deductible at 20%, with Medicare. My insurance company uses Exogen. I need this devise for 4 weeks (at a cost to me of $338~). I suggested I could buy it on e-bay for $169, and was told by the Exogen rep, that the programming would most likely be out of date-I would have to contact Exogen to re-activate, and if I wasn’t the original user (registered user), they would not reactive the device. How is that for a monopoly with my health care provider? I really don’t like Exogen for that reason.

    Was it worth it? Yes

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