In 1994, the FDA approved a technology that promised to revolutionize the treatment of broken bones. It was called LIPUS, which stood for low-intensity pulsed ultrasound.
LIPUS devices send sound waves into bones and purportedly speed healing.
Americans suffer about 1.5 million bone fractures a year. We spend $18 billion a year to treat them. And lost productivity from time off work costs us billions more.… Read More