Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is your own blood plasma that has fortified platelets. When injected into injured joints and tissues, your body’s own healing processes go to work to stimulate the healing of soft tissue and bone. The secret is the platelets, which interact with enzymes, calcium chloride, and thrombin to help promote tissue growth and repair.
The benefits and uses of PRP are gaining momentum in the scientific and medical communities with many patients are seeing positive results from PRP treatments. Physicians look at PRP treatments as the future of sports medicine, especially in bone grafting procedures, with the most often treated ailments being tennis elbow, rotator cuff tendinopathy, Jumper’s Knee, and issues associated with the swelling and inflammation of the Achilles’ tendon.
In addition to their value in sports medicine, PRP treatments are being used to help heal ligament damage, arthritis, and urinary incontinence, as well as non-surgical appearance improving procedures including hair re-growth and facelifts.
Once you have educated yourself on the benefits of the PRP treatment, the process itself can take less than one day. You will begin with a consultation where we can further investigate your injury, answer any questions you might have, and give you some additional information about the procedure.
The Benefits of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
As PRP treatments are increasing in popularity, they are being looked at as a miracle cure, both because of the results doctors are seeing, and due to the ease and quickness of the procedure. Best of all, PRP draws on your body’s own internal healing mechanisms, which is what makes it so effective.
- Uses a Clients Own Cells
- Regenerative Growth Factors
- Accelerated Healing
- Non-Surgical, Out Patient Procedure
- Quick Recovery Period