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How can PRP help our patients.

What Can a Platelet Rich Plasma Treatment Do For You?

PRP is a technique that requires the patient’s blood to be drawn so that the Platelet Rich Plasma can be isolated, then activated to release multiple growth factors. 

Plasma is the clear, liquid portion of your blood that is left over after the removal of red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets as well as other cellular components. Its main purpose is to carry nutrients, hormones, and proteins to various parts of the body. 

While Platelets are blood cells that provide healing functions. It is also important to note that the procedure is very safe as you are being injected with your own blood parts. 

PRP is a technique that requires the patient’s blood to be drawn so that the Platelet Rich Plasma can be isolated, then activated to release multiple growth factors. 

Plasma is the clear, liquid portion of your blood that is left over after the removal of red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets as well as other cellular components. 

Its main purpose is to carry nutrients, hormones, and proteins to various parts of the body. While Platelets are blood cells that provide healing functions. It is also important to note that the procedure is very safe as you are being injected with your own blood parts.

The Facts about PRP - Platelet Rich Plasma is a fundamental part of our blood which consists of different growth factors.
PRP Therapy
In theory and practice, PRP treatments are meant to improve the body’s healing abilities. The treatment is done by the patient being injected with PRP. The patient must avoid exercise but only for a short amount of time and then can begin rehabilitation exercises.
Platelet-Rich Plasma is blood liquid that contains red and white blood cells & platelets. Injecting PRP promotes healing.

This treatment can help with injuries connected to the

  • Tendons,
  • Ligaments,
  • Cartilage,
  • Muscle,
  • Meniscus, as well as
  • Bone. 

It has been commonly used to help with treating tennis elbow and patellar tendinitis in the knee, which data has shown has created promising results. 

People also get PRP treatments to help with regenerating skin tissue to promote collagen and elasticity in the skin.

Most of these treatments have a focus on rejuvenating skin that has scarring, with the main goal of improving the texture of the skin. PRP treatments have gotten a great amount of attention over the past couple of years.

PRP treatments have a low risk for any health complications because you’re using your own blood.  

Overall it is a low-risk treatment with an allergic reaction being highly unlikely because you are being injected with your own bodily material. 

When looking at whether or not a Platelet Rick Plasma treatment is right for you, one’s main concern will be if you will feel results. And we will work to make sure you do.

PRP Therapy Process
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