Amniotic Fluid Injections

Amniotic Stem Cell Injections

Amniotic membrane stem cell injections may be used to reduce inflammation, regenerate joints, aid in the repair of a bone fracture, minimize scars, treat post-operative pain and reduce chronic pain caused by tendinitis and other disorders. An amniotic treatment is performed by injecting the area the disorder. A doctor will use ultrasound or fluoroscopic guidance to accurately place the injections

Amniotic membrane stem cell injections treat the root cause of a disorder and enhance healing. Amniotic injections contain substances that promote healthy tissue regeneration. Patients can experience significant improvement after a single treatment. In comparison, a cortisone injection may lessen pain but does not change the condition of the disorder causing the pain.

Amniotic stem cell injections are used to treat various degenerative conditions of the hip, knee, shoulder, and spine. Examples of disorders and orthopedic conditions that may benefit from Amniotic Injection therapy include:

Amniotic Stem Cell Therapy promotes safe and natural healing, provide pain relief and help patients avoid surgery.

Additional benefits Amniotic Injection Therapy treatment include the following:

  • Do Not Contain Steroids
  • No Threat of Patient Rejection
  • Restore Degenerated Tissues
  • Stimulate Tissue Growth

Candidates for Amniotic Stem Cell Therapy

Patients suffering from ligament, joint or tendon pain may be considered candidates. A specialist will be able to determine if amniotic therapy is an acceptable treatment for your condition.

If you have severe degenerative osteoarthritis, an infection or a blood-related medical condition you are most likely not a candidate.

Regenerative & Conservative Treatments

Our team of Orthopedic Doctors, Surgeons, Podiatrist and Providers at The Center For Musculoskeletal Disorders can provide regenerative and other conservative treatment options to help manage pain and recover from an injury or disorder.

Schedule an appointment with one of our orthopedic specialists to have your disorder accurately diagnosed and evaluated.