The newest research shows that Liquid Allograft generates unprecedented results and for many, it reduces ligament, muscle and tendon pain significantly. The natural growth factors in Liquid Allograft have the ability to repair and minimize the damage caused by injuries or disease.

These growth factors are known to facilitate the migration and proliferation of cells to the site of injury and construct a natural scaffold on which new tissue growth can occur.

Liquid Allograft also acts as an anti-inflammatory agent while it works to heal, regenerate and replace damaged soft tissue. Some patients feel a reduction in inflammation within hours of the treatment; the healing process will continue for weeks as it replaces the damaged cells.

Injuries to muscles, ligaments and tendons are often very debilitating. These tissues are all quite dense; as a result, they naturally receive limited blood flow. This is precisely why injuries to any of these tissues can take so long to heal.

To accelerate the healing process, a dose of Liquid Allograft is injected into the injured area and surrounding soft tissue.

When needed, an ultrasound or x-ray may be used for guidance. These injections are performed in an office or hospital, with a licensed physician.

For many, one injection is all that is needed to repair the injured muscle, ligament or tendon.

For some patients, additional injections may be required depending on the severity and type of injury.

Our Liquid Allograft is non-steroidal and has had no adverse reactions reported. It is safe for all ages.


Torn Achilles

-Patient B.R. came in with a torn Achilles tendon. After a dose of Bio-Active Regenerative Fluid, he was fitted with a walking boot. Two weeks later, B.R. reported, “it felt like it never had been injured in the first place”.

LCL Injury

-Patient C.B. had a lateral collateral ligament (LCL) injury. She felt her knee was going to collapse anytime there was the slightest sideways movement. After treatment, C.B. reported that her knee was as strong as ever and she could play soccer again.

Torn Pectoral Muscle

-Patient D.S. “I am a weight lifter and I enjoy working out hard. One day I pushed myself too far and ended up with a torn pec. It was extremely painful and very slow to heal. My doctor recommended I try the liquid allograft and within 3 weeks, I was back to my normal routine pain free.”