If you’ve been looking for a non-surgical solution to relieve pain and recover from injuries to your joints, muscles, soft tissues, and beyond, Progressive Spine & Sports Medicine in Glen Rock, New Jersey, offers the latest in regenerative medicine with Fluid Flow from BioLab Sciences. This simple injection is done in our office in 15 minutes without any surgery OR invasive blood draws of bone marrow harvesting. Find out more today by calling or booking a consultation online with board-certified doctors Kevin McElroy, DO, or Steven Ferrer, MD.
Fluid Flow™ is an amniotic liquid allograft derived from the amniotic fluid within the placenta. It is used by health practitioners to safely and effectively treat soft tissue pain and inflammation while promoting the regeneration of our bodies to their optimal health.
Amniotic fluid comes from planned, healthy births where the donor has been assessed for high-risk behavior and relevant diseases. All BioLab Sciences amniotic liquid allografts have been tested for potentially infectious diseases and terminally sterilized to ensure the safety of each liquid allograft.
Amniotic Fluid is naturally rich in growth factors, cytokines, and proteins. These factors and proteins are associated with tissue repair, replacement, and remodeling as well as promoting anti-inflammatory activity. When injected into the body, these growth factors and cytokines have been shown to promote healing and manage pain.
Fluid Flow™ is approved for the treatment of the following relevant conditions:
Degenerative Joint Disorders such as:
•Joint Pain (Knee, Hip, Shoulder, etc)
Inflammatory conditions such as:
Soft Tissue Injuries such as:
•Ligament and Tendon sprains
•Muscle and Meniscus tears
BioLab Sciences Fluid Flow™ is approved and covered by Medicare and the majority of commercial medical insurances. We will perform prior authorization to verify coverage for all insurances before performing any procedures.
The majority of patients with inflammation and pain experience significant improvement after one treatment.
Obtaining amniotic fluid has no ethical or moral issues associated with its use. There is no harm to the fetus, only the amniotic membrane and fluid is used, which is typically discarded if not used for regenerative therapies.