A significant progress in the therapeutic methods of a fractured bone treatment is noted lately. Unfortunately in many cases patients experience impaired healing like delayed union or nonunion. Such failures in treatment forced many clinicians to a deep and detailed analysis of a physiological, correct healing and to seek for new methods of managing healing disturbances. These studies resulted in many modern techniques of fracture stabilization, accessory treatment and union stimulation. Electric stimulation of the fractured place is one of the stimulating techniques, described in the ’50 of the last century.