Conditions Treated Using Platelet Rich Plasma

PRP TreatmentPlatelet Rich Plasma Therapy is a new innovative treatment therapy for a number of injuries, wounds, and cosmetic procedures. Platelet Rich Therapy treatments are a non surgical approach to promote healing by taking advantage of the body's own healing properties. PRP has been used in a variety of fields in medicine for more than 20 years to enhance wound healing. PRP Therapy plays an important role to utilize the natural roles of platelets is to release an abundance of growth factors to speed up soft tissue and wound healing. PRP Therapy injects concentrated platelets directly into into the area of injury to stimulate recovery.

Some Injuries that PRP Therapy May Treat


Other Treatments

PRP therapy offers a promising solution to accelerate healing of tendon injuries and osteoarthritis naturally without subjecting the patient to significant risk. PRP is an emerging treatment in a new health sector known as ”Orthobiologics.” The philosophy is to merge cutting edge technology with the body’s natural ability to heal itself. Blood is made of RBC (Red Blood Cells), WBC (White Blood Cells), Plasma, and Platelets. When in their resting state, platelets look like sea sponges and when activated form branches. Platelets were initially known to be responsible for blood clotting.

In the last 20 years we have learned that when activated in the body, platelets release healing proteins called growth factors. There are many growth factors with varying responsibilities, however cumulatively they accelerate tissue and wound healing. Therefore after increasing the baseline concentration of these platelets, we are able to deliver a powerful cocktail of growth factors that can dramatically enhance tissue recovery.

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