Cyto-Fix

Tendons and ligaments connect muscles to bones, making it possible to do all kinds of physical activities. Overuse or damage to tendons over a long period of time causes the collagen fibers that make up the tendons to form small tears, a condition called tendinosis. Ligaments are composed of collagen fibers and hold bones together, stabilizing joints and controlling the range of motion. Tendons and ligaments have poor blood supply, and they do not easily recover from the damage caused by sprains, strains, and repetitive motion.

CytoFix Tissue Autograft is tissue components of the patient’s buffy coat that includes Leukocytes, Erythrocytes, Fibrinogen, Platelets and Plasma. It provides a concentrated harvested tissue to be used as living tissue graft. The graft is immediately implanted to the patient by the surgeon to seal, fill and replace tissue lost due to injury with autologous cells that are inherently compatible with the patient’s physiology.

Patients can see a significant improvement in symptoms. This may eliminate the need for more aggressive treatments such as long term medication or surgery, as well as a remarkable return of function.

CytoFix  injections can be helpful for treatment of:

o Spine
o Sacroiliac joint
o Iliolumbar ligaments
o Facet joints
o Interspinous ligaments
o Shoulders
o Rotator cuff–partial tears
o Biceps tendinosis
o Chronic glenohumeral ligament sprains
o Acromio-clavicular joint dysfunction and pain
o Levator scapulae tendinosis
o Elbows
o Epicondylitis–medial and lateral–tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow
o Ulnar collateral ligament injury
o Distal biceps tendon partial tear


o Joint arthritis
o Hip/Pelvis/SI joints
o Piriformis syndrome
o Greater trochanteric bursitis
o Sacroiliac joint dysfunction
o Hamstring strain
o Ischial tuberosity bursitis
o Hip joint arthritis
o Osteonecrosis of the femoral head
o Symphysis pubis pain
o Knee
o Patellar tendinitis/tendinosis
o Osgood-Schlatter’s disease
o Quadraceps strain or partial tear
o Degenerative arthritis
o Rheumatoid arthritis
o Chondromalacia patella
o Enthesopathy
o Lower leg
o Calf pain
o Ankle & Foot
o Chronic ligament strains
o Chronic Achilles tendinosis
o Chronic partial tendon tear
o Plantar fascitis
o Arthritic joints
o Osgood-Schlatter’s disease