511 E. Manchester Blvd. Inglewood, CA 90301

714 N. Avalon Blvd. Wilmington, CA 90744

Office Hours

9:00am – 5:00pm (Mon-Fri) 

Appointment Number

(888) 535-3668


(888) 535-3668

Amniox and Amniotic Regenerative Therapy in Foot and Ankle

What is Amniox?

Amniox and it’s products line is slightly different then traditional Stem Cell Therapy. Amniox products are “denuded,, meaning there are no cells and only enzymes/growth factors from placental tissue. Amniox products are actually purchased of the shelf, and when mixed with preservative free saline or a local anesthetic such as lidocaine, are able to be injected directly into areas of tissue damage or injury, to help promote tissue healing and regeneration.

Amniox provides Regenerative Injection Therapy, by obtaining placental tissue through a voluntary donation program across the US.

Donor mothers provide full consent prior to delivery of a full-term, live, newborn baby via a scheduled Cesarian section.

The amniotic membrane and umbilical cord, which are usually discarded, are then processed and preserved at Amniox Medical’s state-of-the-art US-based facility.

Prior to donation, all mothers are carefully screened to ensure safety, based on requirements established by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB).

Additionally, the donated tissue is thoroughly screened for infections diseases, including HIV, Hepatitis B & C, Syphilis, West Nile, and Zika among many others.

Finally, the donated tissue is thoroughly cleaned and processed to maintain the tissue’s regenerative properties, while eliminating living cells. CLARIX FLO is fully sterilized prior to shipping.

To date, after more than 200,000 procedures, there have been no reports of disease transmission or tissue rejection from amniotic tissue products produced by Amniox Medical.

What is Amniox regenerative injection Used For?

  • Achilles and other tendon inflammations, injury or scar tissue
  • Ligament and joint sprains, strains and residual weakness
  • Plantar fasciitis, heel, arch or mid-foot pain
  • Joint damage, arthritis and degeneration
  • Slowly healing trauma
  • Wounds or surgeries of all types

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