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Tendonitis refers to an acute inflammation of the tendon, which usually lasts for several days. Tendinosis is a chronic condition in which the tendon begins to break down and grow irregularly. It can be a source of prolonged pain and dysfunction. The incidence of tendinopathy is rising in the developed world because of increased participation in recreational sports. The natural healing process of tendons is prolonged with three stages: (a) inflammation, (b) repair, and (c) remodeling.

AMT®-RA is able to reduce inflammation and provide tissue-specific growth factors supporting the healing process in tendonitis.



Osteoarthritis, occurs when the cartilage at your joints degrades due to normal wear-and-tear. When this cushioning cartilage wears away, bone rubs against bone and those bones no longer glide smoothly. This causes pain and stiffness.

AMT®-RA technology provides a surgery-free procedure to reduce the inflammation in the joints caused by this friction between the bones. Reducing the inflammation stops the progression of the OA and provides the body to hasten the restoration, and regeneration of the damaged cartilage.

Chronic Pain Post Arthroscopic procedures

Although it is uncommon, chronic pain is possible even following arthroscopic procedures like ACL repair surgery. Knee pain or instability may occur following such surgeries.

In some patients, the pain occurs on the outside of the knee where the tendons and ligaments are located. The connective tissue may be damaged during surgery or stressed from the implant following the procedure. The result is instability, hypermobility, and pain.

Chronic Pain Post Arthroscopic procedures
Knee pain & Knee Injuries

Knee pain & Knee Injuries

Knee pain is a common complaint among adults and is most often associated with general wear and tear from daily activities like walking, bending, standing, and lifting. Athletes who run or play sports that involve jumping or quick pivoting are also more likely to experience knee pain and problems. Knee pain can be a nuisance and even debilitating in some circumstances. Knee pain can be the result of damage to this joint due to osteoarthritis, wear, and tear, or sudden impact.

AMT®-RA technology has effective results in reducing inflammation caused by these injuries or because of general wear & tear.


Bursitis is the presence of inflammation due to overuse, injury, or infection in the bursae (fluid sacs) present in your joints. There are some locations where it occurs more commonly like the ankle and knee. The symptoms of bursitis include pain, swelling, stiffness, and redness.

The protocol of AMT®-RA has promising results in reducing inflammation, which helps to reduce pain and gain mobility.


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Important Information

The content of this Website is intended for informational purposes only and should not be used as a substitute for advice provided by a qualified healthcare professional. The Website serves as a resource platform for clinicians to assist clinics in integrating AMT®-RA into their practice.

AMT®-RA is a procedural protocol developed by orthopedic surgeons, traumatologists & sports medicine specialists for sports rehabilitation & traumatology. This protocol uses a micrografting device Rigenera® Manufactured by HBW a medical device manufacturing company committed to designing and manufacturing medical products of the highest quality. HBW has received ISO13485:2016 certification for the quality management system. This medical device is a regulated healthcare product, which under European regulations bears the CE mark.

Safety Information

AMT®-RA procedure is not for everyone. You should not have the AMT®-RA treatment in areas with metal, electrical, or electronic implants/devices.

Tell your doctor if you have any medical conditions as AMT®-RA should not be used in patients with fever, malignant tumor, hemorrhagic conditions, epilepsy, recent surgical procedure, pulmonary insufficiency, pregnancy, arthritis rheumatoid (positive rheumatoid factor), family-related inflammatory arthritis, hematoma auris (or “cauliflower ear”), other inflammatory general diseases which are not controlled., any autoimmune disease not controlled, ear reconstruction or otoplasty, knee infection or active synovitis, present articular fibrosis, meniscopathy.

AMT®-RA should not be used in patients with Graves’ disease (an autoimmune disorder that causes overactive thyroid), active bleeding disorders, or seizure disorders.

Common side effects may include, but may not be limited to, muscular pain, temporary muscle spasms, temporary joint or tendon pain, and redness at or near the treatment site.

Ask your Healthcare Provider if AMT®-RA is right for you.

Patient Results May Vary.

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