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MiMedx Announces Nationwide Launch of AmnioFix® Injectable at American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting
Date:2/8/2012

r and contributes to the three phases of the natural healing process. . . inflammatory phase, proliferation phase and remodeling phase. In-vivo studies have confirmed that the properties of amniotic membrane help to reduce scar tissue formation and scar attachments to injured/repaired nerves and tendons.

Parker H. "Pete" Petit, Chairman and CEO, said, "During the conference, we are exhibiting the Company's full suite of biomaterial platform technologies developed for use in soft tissue trauma, nerve and tendon repair, spinal applications and sports medicine. We are expanding our presence at the AAOS in order to serve the growing interests among physicians for minimally manipulated tissue offerings that address the clinical efficacy and cost effectiveness needs of these critical areas of healthcare."

At the AAOS meeting, MiMedx is located at Booth 2309, and the Company's team of executives and scientists are demonstrating the many potential applications using the AmnioFix® Injectable and AmnioFix® Wrap tissue allografts. "We are very pleased to be able to take advantage of this outstanding forum for physicians and scientists to gather and witness the remarkable potential of our AmnioFix® technology for numerous medical applications in the areas of soft tissue trauma, nerve and tendon repair, spinal applications and sports medicine," commented Bill Taylor, President and COO.

Joining Pete Petit and Bill Taylor at the AAOS meeting are John Daniel, President and Founder of Surgical Biologics, Don Fetterolf, M.D., MiMedx Chief Medical Officer, Mike Carlton, Vice President of Global Sales, and other Scientific and Sales & Marketing members of the MiMedx executive team. 

Throughout the conference, which is being held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, MiMedx is also sponsoring various individual and small group meetings with physicians and scientists to discuss and demonstrate the benefits and potential of
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