Northern Arizona Pain Institutes Introduces Fluid Flow™ for Pain

by Donna Werking, Owner, Northern AZ Social, LLC

Fluid Flow™ is an amniotic liquid allograft derived from the amniotic fluid within the placenta. It is used by health practitioners to treat soft tissue pain and inflammation safely and effectively, while promoting regeneration of our bodies to their optimal health.

It is nonsurgical, nonopiod and nonsteroidal.

Fluid Flow™ is an ambient temperature amniotic liquid allograft to advance soft tissue repair, replacement, reconstruction, cushioning, lubricating and protecting joint areas.

Is Fluid Flow™ comfortable?

Yes. The major advantage of the Fluid Flow™ technology is its ability to effectively treat the condition while enabling the patient to maintain a comfortable, functional and high-quality lifestyle.

What types of conditions are treatable with fluid flow™?

The biologic components of Fluid Flow™ are often used as part of a treatment regimen to successfully combat pain and inflammation in soft tissue. It has been shown to be an excellent modality for treating the symptoms of arthritis, plantar fasciitis and tendinitis.

The medical literature has demonstrated over the last 100 years that using placental allografts promotes healing in these conditions and body locations:

  • Osteoarthritis
  • Back
  • Ligament injury
  • Joint pain
  • Hips
  • Knees
  • Elbows
  • Shoulders
  • Tennis elbow
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Carpal tunnel

Is Fluid Flow™ safe?

Yes. The safety and quality of Fluid Flow™ is carefully controlled. The liquid allograft is processed following stringent FDA regulations and requirements.

Is Fluid Flow™ effective?

Amniotic liquid is abundant in growth factors and cytokines associated with repair, replacement and regeneration of soft tissue. When injected into the body, these growth factors and cytokines have been shown to promote healing and pain management.

Is Fluid Flow™ affordable?

Fluid Flow™ was issued q-code: q4206 by CMS for soft tissue pain and inflammation and can be reimbursed by Medicare.

Learn more about Fluid Flow™ as an option for you by contacting Northern Arizona Pain Institutes at