Amniotic Allograft

Amniotic Allograft Treatments
Amniotic allograft is one of the most cutting-edge therapies available today. Unlike other treatments that simply address symptoms, amnoitic allograft encourages the body to repair itself, restoring degenerated tissue. KaiZen Medical Group offers this treatment to residents in and around Scottsdale, Arizona. Come meet Dr. Steve Hruby and the rest of the staff to find out how you can heal chronic joint pain.

Amniotic Allograft

KaiZen Medical Group

What conditions does amniotic allograft treat?

You don’t have to rely on surgery, steroid injections, medication, or physical therapy to treat your joint conditions. Amniotic Allograft improves mobility in people with:

  • Osteoarthritis
  • Rotator cuff tears
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Tennis or golfer’s elbow
  • Tendon tears
  • Degeneration or injury in the knee, hip, shoulder, wrist, ankle, or foot
  • Chondromalacia patellae, also known as runner’s knee
  • Bursitis
  • ACL or PCL injuries
  • Plantar fasciitis

Amniotic Allograft is a game-changer in the area of medicine with little down time needed for recovery. The potential to repair damaged tissue, improve function, reduce inflammation, and improve pain makes this type of treatment perfect for athletes.

How does amniotic allograft work?

This regenerative therapy works with the body’s healing abilities. The amniotic allograft, acquired from donors, are injected into the affected joint or area of injury. It’s quite similar to standard injection therapy using steroids or cortisone. Amniotic allograft has anti-inflammatory properties. They don’t just offer simple pain relief; they help restore degenerated tissue. The growth factors of these cells replace damaged cells in your body and help restore mobility.

Are there any ethical issues with amniotic allograft therapies?

Amniotic allograft is harvested from healthy consenting donors who have volunteered to donate their amniotic fluid after undergoing elective cesarean delivery. During most pregnancies, this fluid is thrown away after birth.

Most people agree that amniotic allograft raises no moral or ethical questions because it comes from the amniotic sac, not the embryo.

How do I know if I’m a candidate for amniotic allograft?

If you suffer from any kind of joint, tendon, or ligament pain, you may be a candidate for amniotic allograft. Upon evaluation with the regenerative medical team, you’ll be provided with recommendations for the best types of therapies to address your inflammation, scarring, and chronic pain.

If you’re considering a knee, hip, or other joint replacement or surgery, come learn how regenerative therapy compares to orthopedic surgeries. As an alternative to those treatments, stem cell therapy has almost no downtime and has the potential to treat the pain while repairing the structural problems.

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