Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy
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What is Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy?
Plasma is a key component of your blood and thus your entire circulatory system. Plasma is mostly made of water and protein and allows red and white blood cells and platelets to move freely through your body. You may have heard of platelets as the type of blood cell that makes your blood clot. This is true They also play a major role in healing.
Recent medical research has proved the use of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) on injuries or damage to tendons, ligaments, muscles, joints, and skin.
These activated platelets are then injected directly into your injured or diseased body tissue. Which releases growth factors that stimulate and increase the number of reparative cells your body produces thus more, better, and faster healing and LESS PAIN!
Conditions Treated With Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy
Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy can be used to treat: torn tendons, tendinitis, muscle injuries, arthritis-related pain, and joint injuries.
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What can Platelet-Rich Plasma Treat?
PRP injections are being utilized by pain experts across a number of applications. Some examples include osteoarthritis, tendonitis, muscle injuries, acute injuries, arthritis-related pain, and joint injuries. Additionally, PRP injections being commonly utilized for cosmetic procedures. For example, dermatologists and hair replacement experts use platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy to treat androgenic alopecia, better known as hair loss, or male and female pattern baldness. Some dermatologists offer face treatments known as “vampire facials.”
Do Platelet-Rich Plasma Injections Work?
Many studies show that Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy speeds up healing after injury or surgery for certain conditions, like tendon injuries. In addition to helping heal injured tissue, some studies show PRP injections increasing mobility for people with rotator cuff injuries and curbing pain for other acute injuries.
How long does it take Platelet-Rich Plasma Injections to Work?
PRP treatment is a powerful treatment for hair restoration, facial rejuvenation, sexual health, and pain relief. It can help the body restore itself and takes just a few weeks to see significant differences. Some people may notice changes within the first week or so, but for most, significant change will come around the 3-4 week mark.
Until peak results, patients will typically see an improvement up until three months. If necessary, a second (or even third) treatment is possible, but many people will see benefits from only one. Results tend to last up until a year and will gradually fade as the body’s natural aging process treks forward. It’s best to ask your physician about keeping up with your results with occasional maintenance treatments, and when you come into the office, a physician will design a personalized treatment plan that will address your needs.
ARTHRITIS RELIEF INSTITUTE HAS THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE REGARDING APPROPRIATE PLATELET-RICH PLASMA TO TREAT CHRONIC PAIN AND ARTHRITIS.
Arthritis Relief Institute provides comprehensive Platelet-Rich Plasma for neck pain, joint pain, knee pain, nerve pain, or back pain conditions. With appropriate evaluation and diagnosis, a Platelet-Rich Plasma plan can be developed to help relieve or minimize your pain based on careful examination of the potential risks and benefits of available treatment options. If you’re seeking help for pain management, please contact Arthritis Relief Institute office to schedule a detailed evaluation – (972) 945-0785 or book your appointment online today.