Stem Cell Recruitment Therapy
Procedures covered by insurance plans including Medicare, Tricare, and select Blue Cross Blue Shield plans.
As we age, our body’s natural healing mechanisms tend to decline. Stem Cell Recruitment Therapy is safe and effective in helping the body boost its ability to heal itself. It is administered through a single injection of Human Amniotic Fluid (AF). By using Amniotic Fluid, arthritis and soft tissue injury patients have another option to repair tissue damage without needing pain masking injections or surgery. Areas injected include knees, shoulders, feet, wrist, elbows, ankles and hips. In addition, stem cell recruitment injections are effective in reducing symptoms associated with neuropathy.
- QUICK RECOVERY – Return to every day, non-high impact activities within 24-48 hrs.
- FAST HEALING TIME – The Amniotic fluid utilizes the body’s own healing process, therefore, it can take 3-4 months to feel the full effect. Due to the anti-inflammatory properties of the amniotic fluid, most patients feel a reduction in pain within 24 hours.
- SAFE & DRUG-FREE – Contains a number of growth factors and other endogenously synthesized molecules.
- CONVENIENT & PAINLESS – 15-minute office visit per each injection.
WHAT IS AMNIOTIC FLUID?
Amniotic fluid contains a multitude of proteins and growth factors. The mixture creates an extra-cellular matrix to recruit the body’s stem cells to reconstruct and regenerate the injured tissue that is causing pain. The amniotic fluid is not live stem cells; instead, the amniotic fluid is acellular and contains naturally rich growth factors that signal cells to regenerate tissue and rebuild the body tissues. All amniotic fluid is obtained during full-term cesarean births from healthy donors who have volunteered their placenta and amniotic fluid which is collected aseptically and tested prior to processing and are determined to be eligible for transplantation by Donors Suitability Standards established by the AATB and FDA. All products are regulated under 21 CFR Part 1271 and Section 361 of the Public Health and Service Act.