Amniotic Stem Cell Injections for Chronic Knee Pain, Arthritis & More

October 13, 2018

If you have chronic knee pain, possibly from Osteoarthritis or a past sports injury, you could be an amniotic stem cell injection candidate. These injections can help your body heal the knee pain and get you feeling better quickly.

Amniotic fluid is highly concentrated in stem cells, hyaluronic acid which lubricates joints and tendons, easing the pain and helping restore mobility, proteins, cytokines and other important compounds. Hyaluronic acid is the acid that is naturally occurring in the knee. Boosting your natural hyaluronic acid can help to cushion your knee so that there is less bone on bone pain.

Studies have shown that amniotic fluid is naturally regenerative and can reduce inflammation and scars. Amniotic fluid is the fluid surrounding a fetus in pregnancy also contains nutrients, hormones, and antibodies. During most pregnancies, this fluid is thrown away after birth. Now, however, consenting mothers of cesarean section babies can donate this fluid because of its amazing regenerative process. It is important to stand out that these cells come from the amniotic sac and are not part of the embryo.

Amniotic stem cell therapy is a very safe and effective treatment. More than 10,000 injections have been performed without a single reported adverse side effect. The fluid contains the growth factors that help to stimulate tissue growth, stem cell activity and naturally reduce inflammation. It also contains hyaluronic acid, which acts as a lubricant and promotes cartilage growth. While cortisone and other drugs only provide temporary pain relief, stem cells actually restore degenerated tissue while providing pain relief.

Who is a candidate for Amniotic Stem Cell Therapy?

This treatment is ideal for patients suffering from one of the following:

Soft tissue or intra-articular injuries, including meniscus and cartilage
Achilles tears
Tendon or ligament tears
Sacroiliac pain
Joint pain in the knee, shoulder, fingers, wrist, ankles or toes
Tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow
Rotator cuff injuries
Wound healing
Hip pain
Neck pain
Low back pain

If you are probably a candidate and would like more information, visit out website at or give us a call at 770-421-1420

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