Have you tried; Antibiotics, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, or Ultrasound Therapy with little to no results?

GOOD NEWS! We Have A Break-Through Therapy Just For You!

This Amazing Treatment is available to everyone!

If You Suffer From:

  • Diabetic Ulcers
  • Pressure Ulcers
  • Venous Stasis Ulcers
  • Arterial Ulcers
  • Burns
  • Chronic Wounds
  • Foot Wounds
  • Infected Wounds
  • Dehiscence Wounds
  • Surgical Wounds
  • Skin Incision
  • Skin Leceration
  • Skin Abrasion
  • Skin Punture
  • Skin Avulsion
  • Animal Bite
  • Pyoderma Gangrenosum

Most PPOs and Medicare will cover this therapy if you are a qualified patient.


It's Time To Treat Your Chronic Wounds

Stages of Wound Infection at Optimal Healthcare in Texas City

Injuries That Can Be Improved with Amniotic Membrane Tissue

  • Ulcers
    Diabetic, Pressure, Venous Stasis, Arterial, Pyoderma Gangrenosum
  • Burns
    Chemical, Thermal, Friction, Radiation, Electrical
  • Wounds
    Feet, Legs, Hands, Arms, Shoulders, Back, Chest, Abdomen, Head, Genitals
  • Animal Bites
    Includes but it's not limited to: Dog, Cat, Human, Bug

Key Benefits of Amniotic Tissues

  • Shown to stimulate healing
    Reduce Scar Tissue and Inflammation
  • Thoroughly sterilized
    Enhanced for patient safety


Sign up for a consultation to see if you qualify for amniotic membrane therapy.


Don't Just Take It From Us

*Disclaimer: Results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person.


See if our treatments are right for you. Schedule your consultation today and find out if you are eligible to receive our ground-breaking therapy.


Therapies We Offer

Our non-invasive therapy option for people suffering from slow-healing wounds.

Amniotic Membrane Therapy

Amniotic Membrane Therapy for Wound Healing

Chronic wounds have a significant impact on a person’s heath, and they can lead to increased disability, disease, and risk of mortality. They can also mean more hospital treatments, which means higher costs. Diabetic wounds or postoperative infected wounds are challenging to treat because of the lack of tissue perfusion and persistent infection.

Amniotic membrane has been an appealing method of grafting for wounds. An amniotic membrane consists of the tissue that surrounds and protects the developing fetus in the uterus. This form of wound healing unique properties:

  • Contains cytokines and critical growth factors
  • Reduces pain when applied to a wound
  • Increases and improves the wound healing process
  • Has antibacterial properties
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Reduces scar tissue formation
  • More likely to not be rejected by the body
  • Provides a natural barrier

Amniotic membrane therapy is a powerful option for those who are at risk of limb amputation. An amniotic membrane is a sustainable option, especially with new preservation techniques that allow them to be available across various clinical settings.

Woman's back after receiving Amniotic Membrane Therapy at Optimal Healthcare in Texas City

Cold Laser Therapy

Cold Laser Therapy for Wound Healing

Wounds caused by burns and other injuries have proven to be effectively treated using cold laser therapy. Laser therapy uses light to accelerate the body's natural healing process by increasing blood circulation in the affected area. The cold laser treatment is helpful for patients and provides many benefits. The laser light photons trigger the body to initiate healing and increases the regeneration and repair of cells by stimulating the mitochondria. This treatment is entirely harmless for people, and our patients have tremendous results. Benefits of cold laser therapy on wounds include:

  • Reduces Pain
  • Accelerates Tissue Repair
  • Improves Vascular Activity
  • Improves Vascular Activity
  • Promotes the Healing of Wounds
  • Reduces Scar Tissue Formation

If you are looking for an effective treatment to aid in your wounds' healing process, cold laser therapy could be the answer. The use of high-power lasers to treat poorly healing wounds offers advantages, including being safe for this with allergies and helping the appearance of scars. To get started, give us a call today!

Man Getting Ready To Clean Patients Pressure Ulder at Optimal Healthcare in Texas City


Amniotic membrane therapy treats slow healing wounds non-invasively. Sign up for a consultation and find out if you are eligibile this therapy.


Conditions We Help

Our non-invasive therapy option is for people suffering from slow-healing wounds and similar conditions.

Diabetic Ulcers

Amniotic Membrane Therapy for Diabetic Ulcers

Unfortunately, having diabetes increases your risk of developing sores and ulcers. Ulcers are open sores on your skin that do not heal correctly. They commonly appear on your feet and legs, but they can also form in other areas, like on hands or in folds of skin on the stomach. The treatment of diabetic ulcers can be challenging because they take a long time to heal and frequently reappear. Unfortunately, because these ulcers take so long to heal, they often lead to wound infection and, later, amputation.

Luckily, there are many advanced therapies you can turn to when traditional approaches do not work. Amniotic tissue is one of those promising advanced therapies. An amniotic membrane is a cellular tissue product that surrounds and protects the developing fetus in the uterus. This membrane consists of 2 layers:

  • The amnion layer: rich in collagen
  • The chorion layer: a thick collagen dense layer

The amniotic membrane also contains active cells that contain regenerative molecules, as well as different types of growth factors. All these components allow for faster and more efficient wound healing. The faster a diabetic wound heals, the less chance of infection and amputation. Give yourself the best chance of recovery and request a consultation with us today!

Women Getting Treated for Diabetic Ulcers at Optimal Healthcare in Texas City

Pressure Ulcers

Amniotic Membrane Therapy for Venous Stasis Ulcers

Pressure ulcers, commonly called bedsores, are injuries to the skin and underlying tissue, caused primarily by prolonged pressure on the skin. While they can happen to anyone, they typically affect people confined to a bed or those who use wheelchairs for long periods. They tend to develop gradually and appear as discoloration in the skin.

Amniotic membrane therapy contains a rich source of biologically active factors that can help boost wound healing and tissue regeneration. Many studies have shown that the amniotic membrane has many beneficial properties, including anti-inflammatory effects, wound protection, decreased scarring, and pain reduction. The amniotic membrane also:

  • Contains cytokines and essential growth factors
  • Reduces pain when applied to a wound
  • Is not seen as foreign material
  • Provides a biological barrier
  • Reduces scar tissue formation

This therapy could be the best solution to healing your wound. There is no need to suffer – request a consultation today!

Man Getting Ready To Clean Patients Pressure Ulder at Optimal Healthcare in Texas City

Venous Stasis Ulcers

Amniotic Membrane Therapy for Venous Stasis Ulcers

Venous stasis ulcers (VSUs) are the most common cause of ulcerations that affect the lower extremities. Venous ulcers occur more often in elderly patients for several reasons, including calf muscle pump failure, inactivity, chronic edema, and obesity. They may also cause other problems with the veins in your leg, including varicose veins and insufficient blood flow.

Venous ulcers require proper care and treatment to prevent infection and promote healing. Studies have shown that therapies like amniotic membrane can provide several functions when it comes to treating chronic wounds. Patients who have been dealing with non-healing injuries tend to respond slowly to treatments and may require several sessions. And given the condition of these wounds, it is not surprising that rejuvenating the affected tissues can take a lot of time.

Amniotic membrane therapy has been researched and developed to address the lack of comprehensive tissue regeneration and wound closure. Many studies have shown that amniotic membrane has many beneficial properties, including anti-inflammatory effects, wound protection, decreased scarring, and pain reduction. If you would like to learn more about how this therapy can help you, request a consultation today!

Women Bandaging Elderly Women Suffering From Venous Stasis Ulcers at Optimal Healthcare in Texas City


Amniotic Membrane Therapy for Burns

We all know that the skin is the largest organ in the body. It has a crucial role in body homeostasis, fluid and electrolyte balance, vitamin production, providing a barrier to external threats, sensory function, and personal aesthetics. Your skin is probably more important than you realize.

The use of an amniotic membrane in the treatment of extensive burn wounds has helped patients heal more quicker by improving the rate and quality of wound healing. The amniotic membrane prevents heat and water loss from the surface of the wound and acts as a barrier against bacterial contamination. Other ways amniotic membrane therapy can also help burn wounds include:

  • Readily available and in supply
  • Large sizes provided for large areas
  • Simple to prepare and sterilize
  • Little risk of allergic reactions
  • Significant reduction of water losses in wounds
  • A similar structure to the skin
Women Bandaging Wrounded Burn Victim at Optimal Healthcare in Texas City

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Frequently Asked Questions

Amniotic membrane therapy is an increasingly utilized form of treatment used by physicians to heal various types of wounds or ulcers. These tissues have a mixture of cells that can help heal damaged tissue, as well as prevent inflammation and scarring. AMT provides the site of injury with different types of collagen, cell adhesion molecules, and growth factors. This enables new cells to form and then the injured tissue can be repaired, remodeled, and revitalized.

No, we get our material from donated amniotic membranes. These tissues stimulate healing in specific areas.

The amniotic tissue is collected from mothers who have volunteered the tissue. These births are scheduled Caesarian sections who have had up to 38 weeks of gestation and uncomplicated pregnancy. The tissue is then screened and processed. It is preserved and stored until delivered for use. The advantage of AMT is that it doesn’t use bone marrow, blood, or fat cells from the patient. This ultimately leads to less pain for patients.

The clinical use of amniotic membrane spans for over a century. This form of therapy has been used to heal burns and wounds since the early 1900s. It was also used for eye wounds starting in the 1940s.

Patients with diabetes are more susceptible to infection and other complications during the wound healing process due to blood sugar levels, neuropathy, poor circulation, weakened immunity, inflammation, and infections.

Most PPOs and Medicare will cover this therapy if you are a qualified patient. We can check your eligibility for this treatment.