Orthofix has begun enrollment for a study of its RCStim device as an adjunctive treatment to full-thickness rotator cuff tear surgical repair. The study, which will enroll 538 patients ages 21 to 80 across up to 30 US sites, will evaluate the ability of pulsed electromagnetic field technology to lower the rate of subsequent tears in repaired tendons, as well as if the treatment procedure correlates with range of motion, enhanced muscle strength and decreased pain scores.
Orthofix starts enrollment for rotator cuff repair study
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