How Much Does an Orthofix Bone Stimulator Cost?

Bone stimulators, devices that emit low electric currents, can be employed in stimulating bone growth and enhancing spinal fusion. Orthofix has developed three bone stimulators and are indicated as class III medical devices.

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Average Reported Cost: $3644.8

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  1. C (Houston,  Texas) paid $3500 and said:

    Insurance paid over $3,000 plus Orthofix wants $435 more from me for the cervical stim. I don’t know where this site has received its prices.

    Was it worth it? Yes

  2. Anonymous (Henderson,  Nevada) paid $4995 and said:

    for what it did 5000.00 for nothing

    Was it worth it? Yes

  3. Paula (Dunkirk,  New York) paid $ and said:

    Workmans Comp paid for it!

    Was it worth it? Yes

  4. Gloria (Clearwater ,  Florida) paid $4729 and said:

    This us a ridiculous high price just got it so I’m not sure if it’s working yet

    Was it worth it? Yes

  5. Lisa (Springdale,  Arkansas) paid $5000 and said:

    Insurance came back after my surgery and said they are not paying for the device. I received a bill from my Dr. for $5,000. This is a crazy amount for this. Surgery was in April, 2017. My Dr.’s office has adjusted the cost down to $2,500. I appreciate that, but still. Make sure you have something from your insurance company saying they will pay for this device.

    Was it worth it? Yes

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