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Amnion-Based Injections in the Shoulder Clinical Trial US National Library of Medicine

Author: LLT-Group

Amniotic fluid’s apparent ability to improve blood flow, re-organize collagen, and protect cartilage makes it theoretically ideal for disorders like osteoarthritis and frozen shoulder. In recent studies, it has shown efficacy in promoting ligament healing in the knee and promoting tendon and degenerative joint pain reduction and functional improvement. It has been useful as a material for cartilage repair when used as a scaffold. Intra-articular amnion membrane injection may have favorable outcomes in patients with osteoarthritis of the shoulder or frozen shoulder…

https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03770546

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