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Amniotic Fluid Injections

Amniotic fluid injections are a cutting-edge therapy used to help trigger cell growth and improve patients’ quality of life. These injections can enhance and support the natural healing processes of the body.

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What Are Amniotic Injections Made Of?

Amniotic injections consist of amniotic fluid taken from within the amniotic membrane. It is processed to create a concentrated form of amniotic fluid.

Some injectable amniotic fluid solutions include scaffolding proteins. This helps heal the body and provides guideposts for future regenerative therapies.

How Is Amniotic Tissue Processed for Treatment?

Our amniotic fluid products are derived from tissue donated by healthy women who have given full-term live births via C-section.

All donors have been screened for diseases and other eligibility requirements. Our products are processed using strict protocols to ensure they are free of bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms that could cause disease.

The products created from the amniotic fluid retain the viability and beneficial characteristics of the original source material.

Why Should I Choose the Advanced Relief Institute for My Amniotic Fluid Injections?

The Advanced Relief Institute specializes in regenerative medicine. Our team of pain management doctors can help treat your condition to allow you to have a more comfortable and higher quality of life.

What Is Recovery Like After Amniotic Fluid Injections?

You may experience minor swelling, redness, or sensitivity around your injection sites for several days. However, these symptoms should not be more severe than the condition you are being treated for.

When Will I See Results?

Most patients start to notice results after eight to 12 weeks.

How Is Amniotic Fluid Treatment Done?

When you come in for treatment, your pain specialist will identify the areas where amniotic injections will be most effective. They will communicate with you to determine the best treatment plan and answer your questions about the procedure.

The procedure involves a thin needle that injects the solution into the targeted area. Our experts at the Advanced Relief Institute will use an ultrasound or X-ray system to guide the needle into the correct area.

Most patients require between one and three injections depending on the size of the structure treated.

Amniotic fluid injections are often used before stem cell treatment and PRP therapy, as this treatment provides the building blocks for subsequent therapies to be more effective.