Amniotic tissue is comprised of the umbilical cord and membrane separating a baby from the mother’s womb. The umbilical cord and placenta are donated after delivery and the healthy tissue is collected. Amniotic tissue contains high levels of growth factors and other cell types that are vital to healing injuries and is also immunenaïve, which means that there is no concern for the body to reject it, such as with blood transfusions or organ transplants. When amniotic tissue is introduced to the injury, the growth factors within the tissue go to work healing the affected area. For more information about amniotic tissue injections, call 609- 904-2565.
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