What is ExoGen?


A broken bone can be painful, can limit your activities, and sometimes takes longer than expected to heal. As many as one in 20 may not heal properly.6

The EXOGEN Ultrasound Bone Healing System uses safe, painless, low-intensity ultrasound waves to amplify your body’s natural bone repair processes.

EXOGEN is an ultrasound bone stimulator that has been prescribed by over 10K physicians annually, helping more than a million patients worldwide for over 25 years.4,12

EXOGEN Turns Your Downtime into Healing Time

EXOGEN has the shortest daily treatment time compared to other bone stimulators at just 20 minutes a day and is the #1 prescribed bone healing system.11

The EXOGEN device:

  • Is small, lightweight, and simple to operate
  • Has an internal usage monitor that automatically records the date, time and duration of each treatment, so you can track your daily progress
  • Supported with easy-to-follow instructions, how-to-use videos and other free resources to help ensure a hassle-free treatment experience

Most patients use EXOGEN while reading, watching television or right before going to bed.

Learn How EXOGEN Works

Summary of Indications for Use
EXOGEN is indicated for the non-invasive treatment of osseous defects (excluding vertebra and skull) that includes the treatment of delayed unions, nonunions,* stress fractures and joint fusion. EXOGEN is also indicated for the acceleration of fresh fracture heal time, repair following osteotomy, repair in bone transport procedures and repair in distraction osteogenesis procedures.

There are no known contraindications for the EXOGEN device. Safety and effectiveness have not been established for individuals lacking skeletal maturity, pregnant or nursing women, patients with cardiac pacemakers, on fractures due to bone cancer, or on patients with poor blood circulation or clotting problems. Some patients may be sensitive to the ultrasound gel.

Full prescribing information can be found in product labeling, at EXOGEN.com, or by calling Bioventus Customer Service.

*A nonunion is considered to be established when the fracture site shows no visibly progressive signs of healing.