What is Amniotic Allograft?

Amniotic fluid allograft is an all-natural, sterile human allograft compromised of 100% amniotic fluid, intended to aid in the healing of stubborn pain or injuries. Amniotic fluid is found inside a mother’s womb during baby development to cover, protect and nourish the growing baby. The fluid is filled with proteins, cytokines and growth factors.

Why choose Amniotic Fluid Allograft?

Amniotic fluid surrounds and protects your injury and allows your body time and space to engage in active healing.

  • Reduces inflammation
  • Reduces scarring
  • Decreases pain
  • Supports healthy tissue regeneration
  • Immune privileged means unlikely to produce an inflammatory response
  • Natural and non-steroidal
  • Alternative to surgery

Where does it come from?

Amniotic allografts come from amniotic fluid donations made from mothers during full-term, healthy, live caesarean deliveries.

Is it safe?

Yes. Amniotic fluid donations are thoroughly tested for potential pathogens through comprehensive laboratory testing and extensive medical history analysis.

  • Aseptically processed
  • Terminally sterilized
  • Contain naturally occurring anti-microbial properties
  • Tested for communicable diseases

What does Amniotic Fluid treat?

-Shoulder Pain    -Knee Pain          -Hip Pain

-Back Pain            -Neck Pain          -Joint Pain

-Foot Pain            -Hand Pain         – Ankle Pain

-Bursitis               -Elbow Pain        -Arthritis

What to expect during the procedure:

After consulting with an OrthoBiologics Specialist and finding that Amniotic Allograft is right for you, an hour-long procedure will be scheduled. The cells will be removed from the sterile vial. Next, they will be deployed into the degenerated via a small needle. There will be some discomfort during the cell deployment that lasts for seconds and subsides immediately.

You will be able to leave immediately after the injection. The injection requires no preparation or down time.

BPI may perform one or more stem cell therapies that have not yet been approved by the FDA.  You are encouraged to consult with your primary care provider prior to undergoing a stem cell therapy.

Statement in compliance with Washington State RCW 18.130.180 February 12, 2018

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