Regenerative medicine is a cutting-edge form of treatment in orthopedics involving biological therapies to assist in your body's own healing process.  We, at Toledo Orthopaedic Surgeons, will utilize the amniotic fluid to inject it into injured areas.  This has been shown to stimulate healing and speed repair for bone, muscle, joint, soft tissue, and nerve injuries.  Our therapies are aimed toward patients who have failed conventional treatments such as anti-inflammatory medicine, cortisone injections, physical therapy, surgery and rest.

Although not all patients are candidates for regenerative procedures, we offer initial consultations to explore individualized treatment plans for each patient. Please call our office at 419-578-7200 to schedule your consultation today.

Services Provided

Active adults experience a number of conditions that can be treated with regenerative medicine including (but not limited to):
  • Osteoarthritis (of any joint)
  • Muscle strains
  • Ligament sprains
  • Various forms of tendinitis or tendinosis
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Compression nerve injuries
We will use ultrasound guidance, if needed, for targeted placement of the amniotic fluid into the damaged tissue.  The outcome of each treatment depends upon the site and severity of the injury as well as the patient's own healing potential.  Your doctor will discuss this with you at your initial appointment.

Your Initial Visit

At your initial consultation we recommend that you bring all documentation related to your orthopedic problem including any X-ray or MRI discs that have previously been obtained through other providers. During your appointment we will review your medical and orthopedic history, as well as, do an extensive exam.

Insurance Guidelines

At this time, insurance companies do not cover this procedure as it is considered to be investigational.  The overall cost for the treatment will ultimately depend on the type of treatment recommended, whether one versus multiple treatment rounds are ordered to optimize outcomes.


Once treatment is decided and cost discussed, we respectfully request that payment be made prior to your injection date. Payments may be made up to a week prior to your procedure. We accept all major credit cards, checks, and cash.

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