Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative Medicine

Amnion Stem Cell Injection

What is it?

Amnion stem cell tissue is different growth factors obtained from amniotic membrane.

What does it do?

Non-surgical and non-steroidal option to help relieve pain, reduce scar tissue formation and enhance healing.

What to expect?

Injection is performed in clinic and administered with local anesthetic nerve block in the area of concern. There will be limited ambulation post-injection to allow for recovery, per doctor's recommendations.

Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP)

What is it?

PRP therapy is type of injection containing growth derived from your own blood.

What is it used for?

This type of injection helps improve healing and support cell growth. It is used for chronic tendon, ligament or muscle injuries such as Achilles tendonitis or plantar fasciitis, arthritis and improved healing for surgery patients.

What to expect:

Upon arrival to clinic for the procedure, blood will be drawn from the patient. Growth factors will be derived utilizing special equipment. Growth factors will be administered in the area of concern with local anesthetic nerve prior to injection. There will be limited ambulation post-injection to allow for recovery per doctor's recommendations.

Wound care therapy with biologic tissue grafting

What is it?

Special biologic products that contain growth factors and collagen to expediate wound closure

What is it used for?

Wounds that have difficulty healing, especially found in patients with poor circulation, diabetes, neuropathy, autoimmune disorders, etc.

What to expect?

Application of graft is done in office then dressed and bandaged. This procedure is typically performed 3-5 times.

Other innovative treatment provided at Central Texas Foot Specialist

Shoe Inserts and Prescription Custom Orthotics. Shoe inserts are any kind of non-prescription foot support designed to be worn inside a shoe. Custom orthotics are specially-made devices designed to support and comfort your feet.

Surgery- often when pain or deformity persists, surgery may be appropriate to alleviate discomfort or to restore the function of your foot.