Tendinitis (Biceps and Triceps)

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Many people think they need surgery to alleviate their discomfort and pain after a diagnosis of tendinitis. Luckily there is another option.

With amniotic stem cell therapy, there is a less-invasive and much faster procedure available to aide in healing. The therapy involves using a liquid allograft composed of amnion and amniotic fluid applied to the inflamed tendon.

  • Little to no downtime
  • Improved functionality
  • No surgery
  • No surgical complications

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How amniotic stem cell therapy can help:

Amnio therapy has been shown to be effective in healing tendons by releasing essential growth factors (cytokines, amino acids, carbohydrates, hyaluronic acid, extracellular matrix proteins, and other cellular components) as well as recruiting your body’s own stem cells to the injured site to promote tissue regeneration.

We use an exact, image-guided injection of a liquid allograft comprised of amnion and amniotic fluid components to feed and grow stem cells at the affected area. As a result, amnion-derived allografts make an attractive wound biomaterial that promotes a rapid, natural healing of your tendon from the inside out.

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Heal without surgery

Patients are often told they need surgery to fix their tendonitis, but surgery is not the answer for most tendonitis injuries, and may actually never help you regain the use of your biceps or triceps to the level you were prior to injury. Fortunately, there is a better, faster, less-invasive solution: amniotic stem cell therapy.

The benefits of amniotic stem cell therapy:
  • Faster healing
  • Little to no downtime
  • Improved functionality
  • No surgery
  • No prolonged surgical recovery
  • None of the complications common with tendonitis surgery