QWill most insurance cover the cost of this treatment?

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Patient support resurouces are available to determine coverage. Some insurance plans will cover the cost of treatment for joints, soft tissues, wound care and spinal conditions. You may use your Health Savings account (HAS or FSA) or pay cash for ED, cosmetic and other non-covered procedures.

QHow many Treatments are needed?

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Typically, only one treatment is required. Certain conditions or more severe cases may require more than one treatment.

QAre Amniotic and other Placental Products FDA regulated?

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Yes, amniotic fluid and placental tissue productsregulated under Section 361 of the FDA Human Cells, Tissues, and Cellular and Tissue-Based Product (HCT/Ps).

QWhen can I return to my normal daily routine and activities?

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You can usually return to your daily activities once you leave the clinic. Your Doctor will give you recommendations depending on the severity of your specific injury.

QWhat can I expect after my AF injection?

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Many patients will notice a significant reduction in pain, inflammation and swelling within the first couple of days. While patients experience almost immediate relief, you can expect improvement in 3-6 months.

QHow do you get your Amniotic Tissue Allograft?

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Amniotic Tissue Allograft is donated by a healthy mother after a full-term, successful scheduled Cesarean delivery. The mother and the product are screened utilizing current Standards established by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB).

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