ORTHOPEDIC TREATMENTS WITH AMNIO ALLOGRAFT
All joints, large and small, may be safely treated with injections of Amniotic Liquid Allograft. Tendons, ligaments and muscle fibers, as well as the cartilage and bone themselves, all respond well to liquid allograft treatments. Depending on the type of injury or preventative treatment, a single dose of allograft is injected into the injured joint and surrounding soft tissue or inhaled using an inhaling device.
Treatments are performed by a physician in an office or hospital. When needed, an x-ray called fluoroscopy may be used for guidance. Some smaller joints may also be more easily treated with the aid of an ultrasound machine.
Conditions and injuries that once were believed to be correctable only through surgery can now be healed completely, often with one treatment. In some cases, additional treatments may be required depending on the prevention plan or the severity and type of injury.
My knees are pain free
-Patient M.P. “It has been 5 and a half months. I’m doing well. My knees are pain free; the swelling is gone in both knees. The spacing of the bones are fine and the cartilage is looking good.”
Forgot I had a bad wrist
-Patient F.H. “About 2 weeks after I received the liquid allograft, I noticed that the pain had significantly subsided and without thinking I was using my left hand and wrist more naturally. I literally forgot I had a bad wrist.”
Ankle & Foot Treatment
-Patient R.S. “The pain was so bad I had given up playing tennis and hiking. Even walking around at work was painful. Now, after two treatments, I am back doing all the things I love pain free.”