“It is our promise to stay ahead of the research to help ensure our clients always have access to best-in-class products and technology, always at the best value, with the best potential outcomes for their patients.” - Dr. Lora A. Brown, Medical Director, Revolution Biologics

The RevBio Difference: Exceptional Customer Service, Products, Outcomes.

As a physician, you want only the best for your patients. Revolution Biologics shares that same commitment —it shows in our customer service, products and outcomes.

Grow Your Practice

The Revolution Biologics team not only helps you stay on top of the very latest science, we also help you grow your practice:

  • Complimentary staff and physician training —web-based, in Tampa Bay, or onsite when necessary
  • Complimentary, peer-to-peer meetings with renowned Board-certified physicians
  • Tissue and cell products developed and/or selected by our regenerative medicine experts
  • Procedure protocols derived from our medical advisors personal experience over several years
  • Complimentary marketing services, including patient brochures, office posters, table tents, social media posts and patient email blast
  • Patient financing options

We are committed to our physician customer base and the patients you serve.




Better Potential for Outcomes

Our products are the most effective stem cell and allograft available today. They deliver a better potential for outcomes, whether for musculoskeletal, aesthetics and anti-aging, or surgical applications, and more. Revolution Biologics is your true partner in regenerative medicine. Together, we can improve your patients’ lives — and your practice.


Revolution Biologics-Tissue allograft is recovered from healthy, carefully screened mothers at the time of caesarean section. All protocols are in accordance with the FDA and the American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB) regulations and standards. Revolution Biologics-Tissue allograft is regulated as a human cell, tissue, or cellular or tissue-based product (HCT/P) under 21 CFR Part 1271 and Section 361 of the Public Health Service Act.)