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PRP Regenerative Therapy

PRP Injections

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is produced from a person’s own blood and contains a high concentration of platelets, which circulate through the blood and are critical for blood clotting. Platelets and the liquid plasma portion of the blood contain many growth factors that are essential for healing.  These growth factors attract the patient’s own stem cells to the area in order to repair damaged tissue, add collagen and strengthen ligaments.  This leads to regeneration and rejuvenation.

Common sports injuries such as sprains, tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, partially torn tendons, and muscle damage can be treated with PRP.

For this procedure, a blood sample is obtained from a patient and placed into a centrifuge, which separates the blood into its many components. Platelet-rich plasma can then be collected and prepared before it is delivered to an injured area of bone or soft tissue, a painful degenerated joint, or skin (in the case of cosmetic enhancement). Plasma Rich Platelet Therapy (PRP) has been used for decades.

PRP is given to patients through an injection.  After the injection, a patient must avoid anti-inflammatory medications for at least 3 weeks.  

PRP injection into an elbow
PRP Is Useful For:
  • Joint & Soft Tissue Regeneration

  • Hair Regeneration

  • Muscle Injury

  • Arthritis pain and injured joints (knee pain and meniscus tears, osteoarthritis, injured ligaments)

  • Shoulder pain (rotator cuff tears and frozen shoulder)

  • Bone Defects (non-healing fracture)

  • Acute injuries (Low grade tears, sprains, strains)

  • Inflammatory conditions (Tendonitis, bursitis)

  • Neck pain including headaches, past injuries, and ligament damage 

  • Plantar fasciitis

  • TMJ syndrome / jaw pain

  • Wound healing and scar reduction

  • Skin firming and regeneration

  • PRP is also an effective therapeutic tool in dentistry and veterinarian medicine

Shoulder pain
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