Biozmed, LLC is a biologics provider offering tomorrow’s regenerative solutions for today’s medical treatments.  Biozmed, LLC specializes in amniotic fluid and amniotic membrane technology which can be used in healing in numerous medical industries, including:


Wound Care
Burn Care and

At Biozmed, our goal is to provide safe and effective solutions for physicians and their patients by developing professional, long-term relationships between physicians and our team.

How does it work?

During human pregnancy the inner most lining of the placenta (amnion) encapsulates the fetus, filling with amniotic fluid.  The unique structure of the human amnion and amniotic fluid provide a protective environment abundant with essential nutrients, proteins, growth factors, and stem cells for the developing embryo throughout the pregnancy.  With the family’s consent, these otherwise discarded tissues can be donated for medical use and provide life changing treatments for others in need.


Clinicians have used amniotic tissue for over a century as a biologic dressing in a broad range of therapeutic applications.  It has been generally recognized as an effective modality in advancing treatment of soft tissue defects, soft tissue trauma, tendonitis, tendonosis, chronic wounds, and localized inflammation.

Why amniotic fluid and membrane?

Amnion-derived products harness the human body’s natural potential to regenerate tissue and return to a pre-wound state.  Physicians have applied amniotic membrane products to facilitate proper healing in chronic cutaneous wounds, including diabetic, venous, arterial and decubitus ulcers with incredible success, enabling closure of even the most difficult to treat chronic wounds.


Physicians and Scientists alike continue their efforts to unlock the amazing regenerative potential of the human amnion and amniotic fluid in more and more modern-day treatments. Currently, amnion-derived products have proven their value to focus the human body’s natural ability to regenerate at point of injury, and have shown promise in the future treatment of Parkinson’s disease and cancer.