Growth Factor Therapy

“Natural Healing From Healthy And Ethical Donor Tissue”

Use The Body’s Own Growth Factors As Regenerative Medicine.

Promote healing wounds along with chronic pain and degenerative diseases. 

Do you suffer from:

  1. Arthritis 
  2. Tendinitis
  3. Cartilage defects
  4. Back and neck pain
  5. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  6. Knee ligament injuries
  7. Plantar Fasciitis
  8. Sacroiliac joint pain
  9. Tennis elbow

Amniotic Allograft

Human Amniotic Fluid Allograft is an acellular product that is used for many purposes. This includes degenerative orthopedic conditions as well as chronic wounds and finally, acute sports injuries.

Great For Patients:

This provides patients an alternative to not only steroid injections but also surgery. It enhances your body’s ability to heal itself along with aleviating pain.

What’s In The Mix?

Amniotic fluid is rich in many nutrients. With hundreds of growth factors and cytokines, it also contains proteins. The fluid is used to regenerate damaged tissues along with starting the healing process.

Where Does It Come From?

Amniotic fluid products come from one of the oldest FDA tested and approved tissue banks.

Volunteer doners are pre-screened and are extensively tested for all FDA required diseases. Amniotic fluid is obtained during qualified full-term live Caesarean births.

What Does It Provide?

Amniotic Fluid Allograft provides a matrix that addresses not only acute inflammation but also long-term degeneration issues. Furthermore, this leads to fewer cases that go on to surgery and more cases that are able to return to full function (normal daily activities).

Benefits of Amniotic Allograft Therapy

Amniotic tissue therapy represents one of the most exciting advancements in regenerative medicine today. Through plenty of research, we have discovered that amniotic tissue offers a number of benefits that make it an excellent option for treating things such as tendinitis, plantar fasciitis, soft tissue injuries, and repetitive motion injuries.

Here are the eight benefits of amniotic tissue therapy to consider:

  1. Growth Factors in Amniotic Tissue

Amniotic tissue contains a cornucopia of growth factors that promote the regeneration of tissue in damaged areas of the body. Growth factors are key to regenerative medicine in that they replace damaged tissue instead of simply masking pain.

  1. It Is Collagen-Rich

As you already know, collagen ranks as one of the most abundant proteins in the human body. It is responsible for binding tissues together. Amniotic tissue is rich and collagen, so it can be used effectively to treat diseases and injuries to bone, muscle, tendons, and even skin.

  1. It Contains Other Proteins

The human body requires more than  collagen to recover from injuries and wounds.  

Amniotic tissue is up to the task!

It contains the full compendium of proteins necessary to maintain the baby in the womb. Those same proteins can be harnessed for regenerative medicine.

  1. It Is Antimicrobial

Amniotic tissue’s antimicrobial properties are extremely helpful for regenerative medicine.

Antimicrobial properties prevent the growth of microorganisms and, in cases where such microorganisms already exist, eliminate them.

This significantly reduces the risks associated with other treatments for wound recovery and chronic pain.

It  Is Anti-Inflammatory

When patients undergo invasive proceedures, inflamation is a problem.

Not only is amniotic tissue therapy less invasive but it is also less likely to lead to inflammation thanks to the anti-inflammatory properties of amniotic tissue.

In fact, amniotic tissue can prevent inflammation rather than just reducing it.

  1. It Is Immune Privileged

Just as certain sites in the body can tolerate the introduction of antigens without inflammation, amniotic tissue can be injected into the site of injury or wound without inciting inflammation. In that sense, amniotic tissue is immune privileged. Immune privilege is the primary reason amniotic tissue is also anti-inflammatory.

  1. It Is Chorion-Free

The amniotic fluid allografts recommended by Apex Biologics contained no chorion. Therefore, the risk of adverse reactions to amniotic tissue among patients is reduced. Allografts that do contain chorion could potentially contain maternal antigens as well.

  1. Procedures Are Less Painful

As with all regenerative medicine procedures, amniotic tissue procedures are significantly less painful than invasive surgeries. Procedures are conducted using the least invasive injections possible, reducing immediate pain and discomfort as well as long-term pain caused by inflammation.

Advantages of Growth Factor Therapy

Growth factor therapy uses the body’s own cells to promote a natural form of healing while reducing the need of artificial agents.

Additional benefits include:

  1. Speed’s up the time needed for the body to first heal in addition to recovery.
  2. Faster time to both pain free living and as a result, normal daily living.
  3. Reduces discomfort along with disability for the patient.
  4. Minimal side effects. 
  5. Therapy is combined with other forms of treatment.
Why I Should Consider Growth Factor Therapy ?

Growth factor therapy is delivered by injection and has given some patients up to two or more years of relief from their arthritic pain. Only one or two days of recovery time are needed following the injection. Results have been felt in as little as a week and most patients only need one round of treatment for prolonged relief. Around 80% of our patients respond in a positive manner to growth factor therapy. 

What Are They?

Exosomes are extracellular vesicles (particles that release naturally from a cell and cannot replicate). They are responsible for passing certain genetic information. This is  known as Exosomes cell to cell communication.

They transport molecules that are essential regulators of intracellular information between both close and distant cells. 

What Role Do They Play?

Exosomes are a vital role in regards to the communication and rejuvenation of all cells in our body.

Despite not being a cell, Exosomes are important in maintaining a healthy cellular terrain.

How Are They Made?

First, exosomes are made by growing stem cells in culture.

Next the media where they grow is taken and stem cells are removed.

While Exosomes are small in size, the media is then ultra-centrifuged which concentrates the exosomes.

What Are They Made Up Of?

Exosomes contain different molecular constituents of their cell origin; these include proteins and RNA.

Meanwhile, the Exosomal protein composition varies with the cell and tissue of the origin.

Specific Exsomes contain an evolutionarily conserved common set of protein molecules.

What Does The Research Say?

Exosome therapy is a hot topic and area of regenerative medicine treatment.

Research gives the valuable insight into the functionality of exosomes.  Stem cells are responsible for the rejuvenation of older cells. This being said, at times, stem cells are not be able to supply information needed all the time.

As a result, supporting Exosome function will likely have a positive effect. This is achieved by providing a new piece of information that enhances the healing process.

What Is Therapy Like?

Exosome therapy is a minimally invasive procedure. It is not only used in orthopedic injuries but also used in anti-aging treatments and other degenerative diseases. Exosomes treatment contains growth factors such as messenger RNA, micro RNA, cytokines, and other biologically active molecules in conjunction with stem cell therapy. This combination allows us to speed up the healing benefit.

Dosing size for patients varies and there is no set protocol.

Exosomes treatment has gained popularity due to its ability to transfer molecules from one cell to another via membrane vesicle. This allows for the Exosomes to influence the immune system to include “dendrite” and “B” cells. 

 Types of Growth Factors 


Epidermal growth factor (EGF):

Cells that build collagen stimulate the growth of fibroblasts


Keratinocyte growth factor (KGF)

Promotes the growth of keratinocytes, which secrete the protein keratin.


Vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF)

Encourages the growth of angiogenesis, or new blood vessels.


Transforming growth factors (TGF)

Create the proper supply of blood flow to a healing wounds and promotes the growth of new blood vessels.


Platelet-derived growth factor (PDGF)

 Attracts fibroblasts and macrophages to the area of injured tissue. 

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Stem Cell Therapy

Stem cell therapy is the use of stem cells to solve issues in the human body that are caused due to cell degeneration or malfunction.

Platelet Rich Plasma

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy  accelerates the healing of injured tendons, ligaments, muscles and joints.

IV Nutritional Therapy

IV Therapy  consists of  delivering nutrients and hydration directly into the bloodstream for immediate absorption and use by the body.

Bioidentical Hormone Replacement

BHRT is used to treat men and women who experience a drop or imbalance in their hormone levels. 

Growth Factor Therapy

Growth factor therapy is a  regenerative medicine that promotes healing wounds, chronic pain and degenerative diseases such as arthritis.

Peptide Therapy

Peptide therapy is designed and used to stimulate cellular regrowth systems.

TA-65-Telomere Therapy

TA-65 is a patented, all natural, plant-based compound which can help maintain or rebuild telomeres, that diminish as people get older.

Pain Relief Injections

Pain relief Injections are a nonsurgical treatment option for acute or chronic neck or back pain.  

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