PRP Therapy

Discover the transformative potential of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy, an innovative approach that utilizes your body’s natural healing properties to repair damaged tissues and accelerate recovery. As seen in many renowned athletes and individuals seeking optimal healing, PRP therapy can greatly improve recovery times from acute and chronic soft tissue and joint injuries. Delve into the PRP procedure, understand its multifaceted applications, and see how it could provide the healing solution you’ve been seeking.

Unraveling PRP: Let Us Make the Difference in Your Joint Pain

  • Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) is a cutting-edge therapy that utilizes your body’s own healing mechanisms to accelerate the recovery process.
  • It’s a concentration of your blood’s platelets, which are key players in injury repair, packed with growth factors and proteins to kick-start the healing response.
  • PRP offers a potential solution for patients experiencing persistent joint pain, osteoarthritis, tendonitis, and other musculoskeletal problems.
  • It can aid in the recovery from acute and chronic injuries, significantly reducing healing time and increasing tissue repair rate.
  • With a reported 80-85% improvement rate in many soft tissue injuries, PRP presents a promising alternative to traditional therapy methods.

Thus, if you’re seeking to enhance your overall well-being and accelerate your body’s healing process, PRP therapy can make a significant difference.

$600 per shot


Navigating the PRP Procedure and Application

  • The PRP therapy begins with a simple blood draw, followed by centrifugation to separate and concentrate the platelets.
  • The resulting Platelet-Rich Plasma is then precisely injected into the injury site to stimulate and enhance healing.
  • The procedure is performed under local anesthesia and typically takes less than an hour, providing an outpatient solution without the need for hospitalization.
  • Most patients require only a single PRP injection, but for more severe cases, up to 2 or 3 PRP injections may be recommended.
  • Post-procedure, patients can expect minimal to moderate pain, which is typically managed with prescription medications, ice, and rest.
  • Improvement following PRP therapy is gradual, with most patients reporting noticeable improvements within 1-3 months.

We use the Emcyte Pure PRP® system. It extracts the highest concentrations of platelets on the market while simultaneously removing 99% of red blood cells (RBC’s) which can hinder the regenerative process. Many other PRP systems fall short of delivering a final injectable that can be considered platelet-rich. Unlike many other systems, Emcyte is a completely closed system throughout all steps of the processing that meets the highest sterility standards. So, if you are going to have a PRP injection, start with the best equipment to give you the highest quality product and maximize your success.

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