The surgically invasive Magnetodyn® technique

The surgically invasive Magnetodyn® technique is primarily used as an adjunctive treatment for extensive, severe, delayed healing and also inflamed bone defects, e.g. following complex fractures. In the injured area where the ability to move is restricted, the functional signals and thus the natural communication processes between cells are impaired. In this situation tissue easily becomes atrophic. To stimulate the formation of new bone, the surgically invasive Magnetodyn® technique enhances the electric component of the magnetic field. Together with the metal devices used for fracture stabilisation, a small transducer implant is placed in the affected area. Such a transducer can be activated remotely. Bone screws with an integrated transducer, so-called bipolar induction screws, which are specifically designed for this purpose are now available.
The transducer is activated by an external magnetic field. The induced electrical potential of up to 700 mV at bone level stimulates the deficient functional signals of the body: The body “notices” that bone is needed at this point and starts producing new tissue. According to research papers published by leading researchers in the field , the external magnetic field has two functions: not only does it promote the functional maturation and the metabolism of cells, it also stimulates the formation of blood vessels. Consequently, the newly formed tissue is immediately well vascularised and supplied with oxygen and nutrients. Based on this mechanism, Magnetodyn® technology can - on an individual basis - lead to extensive, highly differentiated bone and tissue regeneration, even in cases with poor prognosis.

Concentration of the
magnetic Field in the
(Sekundary Induction)

Contact for
Bone Screw

* Some experts are not in agreement with these scientific findings.